Türkiye Earthquake Response | Rapid Needs Assessment
Project Hope’s Emergency Response Team in Türkiye conducted a rapid needs assessment of camps, health facilities, and other locations serving earthquake-impacted populations in Adıyaman, Gaziantep, and Kahramanmaraş.
After the February earthquakes, over 1.5 million people across Türkiye and Syria were rendered homeless and without necessities. Now, survivors are taking refuge in tents, makeshift shelters, settlement camps, or the remnants of destroyed buildings. To fully recover from this crisis, impacted communities will need coordinated, targeted, and sustained intervention.
Project HOPE has identified the following urgent needs: health clinics and medical supplies; mental health and protection services; access to hygiene supplies and potable water; as well as shelter and essential infrastructure.