|Liverpool Star Mohammed Salah Sign the Shirt to Donated tsunami and liquefaction in Palu, Sigi and Donggala victims|
Palu, Sigi and Donggala, Liverpool raised funds by opening donations from fans.
They can visit this link www.dec.org.uk to participate.
against Napoli earlier October, the Reds have donated a match-signed shirt that
the player has worn during the match.
www.liverpoolfc.com, the shirts were donated to the Disaster Emergency
Committee (DEC). The Disaster Emergency Committee will then raise funds to help
victims overcome trauma and rebuild their lives and communities.
UK to provide and channel their assistance. Since its founding in 1963, DEC has
held 70 fundraising times and has accumulated more than 1.5 billion pounds.
includes Care, Action Aid, Save the Children, Together We’re Stronger, and Tear
was reported to reach R18.84 trillion. The impact of loss and damage covers
five development sectors, namely loss and damage in the residential sector
reaching Rp.52.5 trillion.
sector IDR 2.83 trillion, infrastructure sector IDR 98.19 billion, and cross
sector IDR 346.01 billion.
losses in Palu City reached Rp.8.3 trillion, Sigi Regency Rp.6.9 trillion,
Donggala Rp.2.7 trillion and Parigi Moutong Rp.640 billion. It is estimated that rebuilding affected areas at
the rehabilitation and reconstruction stage will require a budget of more than
IDR 22 trillion.**