International Project: 20 foot Container of Donations in Kind (DIK) Goods to Komea , Sthn Highlands of PNG also a request to Donate to the Komea earthquake appeal.
Description: Provide a 20ft Container of Donations in Kind (DIK) aid items to the village of Komea affected by earthquake in February 2018. Manager:Roger Skipsey (H) 0438 547 019 (M) 0438 547 019 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Deputy Manager:Jonathan Mayne (H) 0411 706 370 (M) 0411 706 370 Email: email@example.com , Moses Pulop Komea Community Committee: Set up in the absence of a local Rotary Club Timothy Pulop : (Moses brother) Teacher and good organiser Kol Toki : Owner car rental co in Pt Moresby and Mt Hagan Jack Wasil : PNG Police Officer Norbet Kape : Pastor Komea Church Mesi Tol : Female leader of village Weslay Warop : Elected Council leader Wilson Tol : Elected Council leader , builder with small warehouse. Sponsored by:Rotary Club of Mount Martha, District 9820 To make a donation click here.................................... (it takes a little time to link) To ensure you gain your tax benefit click on donate, when you follow the above link, select project number 118 -2017-18.
About the 2018 Papua New Guinea earthquake Areas affected Papua New Guinea, Indonesia Total damage Building and infrastructure damage, sinkholes, landslides Casualties160 dead (main shock) 11 dead (6.0 aftershock on March 4) 25 dead (6.7 aftershock on March 6) 4 dead (6.3 aftershock on April 7) The Papua New Guinea earthquake was a magnitude 7.5 earthquake that occurred in Hela Province, Papua New Guinea on 26 February 2018, at 3:44 a.m. local time (25 February, 17:44 UTC). The earthquake's epicenter was 10 kilometres (6.2 mi) west of the town of Komo. The maximum felt intensity was IX (Violent) on the Mercalli intensity scale. A total of 160 people were killed and many others were injured. An aftershock of M6.0 killed 11 people on 4 March, while another aftershock of M6.7 occurred at 00:13 local time on 7 March, killing at least 25 more. A 6.3 aftershock killed another 4 people on April 7, more than a month after the first tremors hit the area. These people need your help.