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Turkish President says construction of 56,323 houses in the quake-hit region has already started, adding that Türkiye is planning to build 319,000 houses in one year.
International Donors' Conference is another example of how well-grounded relations between our peoples are, says Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The powerful February 6 quakes in the country's southern region injured 107,204 people, says the head of the Turkish disaster management authority.
About 2.19 million citizens, affected by February 6 twin earthquakes, have been provided with accommodation services, says Vice President Fuat Oktay, as he details government response to "disaster of the century".
It is among Türkiye's top priorities to build safe and permanent housing units for the survivors of "the disaster of the century", says Turkish Communications Director Fahrettin Altun.
"No one should have any doubt that all the means of state and nation have been mobilised for earthquake zone," says Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Psychotherapist writes from Türkiye’s earthquake-devastated city of Adiyaman, where he is helping survivors deal with their loss and trauma.
Needs of the earthquake-affected people shift as the relief efforts move into the second phase.
Massive twin quakes, that jolted southeastern Türkiye on February 6, damaged or destroyed 164,000 buildings and 518,000 individual units, Turkish Urbanisation Minister Murat Kurum says.
The latest tremor was centred in the Defne district of southern Hatay province.
Türkiye's catastrophe is an opportunity to improve the international humanitarian system, global financial institutions, as well as the private sector.
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