Ecuador Earthquake Relief

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Last Update:2016/04/18
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On 16 April evening, a massive 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit the coast of Ecuador that left hundreds killed and thousands injured. Buildings and roads have been destroyed and there have been over 160 aftershocks. The government has declared a national state of emergency.


World Vision has been implementing development work in Ecuador for over 30 years. After the quake, emergency response teams have been immediately deployed to the quake zone. World Vision’s initial response will focus on distributing hygiene kits, clean water, blankets and mosquito nets to survivors, as well as providing psychosocial support to families and children through Child Friendly Spaces.

World Vision Hong Kong has initially committed HK$780,000 to the response.

Remarks: We are in close contact with World Vision Ecuador to monitor the situation of sponsored children of the Area Development Programmes supported by World Vision Hong Kong.

DONATE NOW to help the quake-affected!


  1. Hong Kong
    Please prepare a crossed cheque payable to “World Vision Hong Kong” together with your personal details and mail it to us at World Vision Hong Kong, Freepost No. 69. Please mark "Ecuador Earthquake Relief" on the envelope.

    Macau
    Please prepare a crossed cheque payable to “World Vision of Macau Association” together with your personal details and mail it to us at World Vision of Macau Association, P.O. Box 530, Macau. Please mark "Ecuador Earthquake Relief" on the envelope.

  2. Please write your personal details on the back of the bank-in slip and photocopy it for your own reference before sending it to us.
    Bank Account (Hong Kong):
    HSBC 018-377077-003

    Bank Account (Macau):
    OCBC Wing Hang (MOP) 706754-002 (HKD) 706754-001

    The following is applicable for Macau only.

    • BOC debit cardholders can make donations via BOC EXPRESS
    • BOC Online Banking users can make donations via BOCNET (Personal)


  3. Donation via 7-Eleven is applicable for Hong Kong only.



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