Indonesia, gli aiuti dalla Chiesa

Il responsabile locale della gestione delle calamità naturali Sutopo Nugroho ha sottolineato che «gli aiuti continuano ad arrivare, ma non tutti gli sfollati hanno potuto beneficiarne a causa dei danni alle infrastrutture».
L’Indonesia ha accettato le offerte di aiuto di 17 Paesi. Il papa, tramite il Dicastero per il Servizio dello sviluppo umano integrale, ha inviato in questa prima fase di emergenza un contributo simbolico di 100 mila dollari per il soccorso ai disastrati. L’aiuto del papa si affianca all’impegno delle Conferenze episcopali, di numerosi organismi di carità, tra cui le Caritas di tutto il mondo, mobilitati fin dai primi momenti dell’emergenza, iniziata venerdì scorso. (foto Ap)

An injured man is brought to the hospital as one woman cries after learning about her daughter's death in a massive earthquake and tsunami in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018. Nearly a week after a magnitude 7.5 quake spawned a deadly tsunami on Indonesia’s island of Sulawesi, countless people have yet to find their loved ones _ both survivors and the dead. As of Thursday, the official death toll was 1,424, with 113 people missing. Many families, though, never registered their losses with police, and others have failed to identify them before they were buried anonymously in mass graves.(AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
A man cries during Friday prayers outside a damaged mosque caused by the massive earthquake and tsunami in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia Friday, Oct. 5, 2018. French rescuers say they've been unable to find the possible sign of life they detected a day earlier under the rubble of a hotel that collapsed in the earthquake a week ago on Indonesia's Sulawesi island. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
Evacuees pray near tents outside a damaged mosque caused by the massive earthquake and tsunami in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia Friday, Oct. 5, 2018. Hundreds of Muslim survivors in the Indonesian city of Palu gathered at shattered mosques for Friday prayers, seeking strength to rebuild their lives a week after a powerful earthquake and tsunami killed more than 1,500 people. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
A man looks at a mosque that is isolated by water after its bridge was broken due to the massive earthquake and tsunami in Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia Friday, Oct. 5, 2018. French rescuers say they've been unable to find the possible sign of life they detected a day earlier under the rubble of a hotel that collapsed in the earthquake a week ago on Indonesia's Sulawesi island. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
A message is written on the door of a house damaged by the massive earthquake and tsunami in Loly, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia Friday, Oct. 5, 2018. French rescuers say they've been unable to find the possible sign of life they detected a day earlier under the rubble of a hotel that collapsed in the earthquake a week ago on Indonesia's Sulawesi island. (AP Photo/Tatan Syuflana)
Residents take a bath amidst remains of toppled homes and structures at the earthquake and tsunami-hit Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia on Friday Oct. 5, 2018. As the sun slipped behind the mountains and a gentle breeze blew onshore, hundreds of people gathered on an Indonesian beach Friday to chant a Muslim prayer and remember those they lost one week after a massive earthquake and tsunami ravaged the area, killing more than 1,500 people. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)
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