The whole world is at shock and saddened by the earthquake in Turkey. This earthquake will go down in history as one of the deadliest disasters to ever occur in the world. Turkey is now in a serious crisis as many homes are wiped out. The death toll also keeps rising as rescue is still ongoing. This natural disaster has taking away a lot of lives and wiped out several families in Turkey.
When such mega natural disasters occur, all hands are needed on board. Many nations offer their helps as well as individuals and large companies. Everyone offers their help through the best way that they can. Individuals offer help by assisting the rescue team in their rescue mission. Other nations and organizations also offer help in the form of temporal homes, mattresses and food.
Huawei Supplies Equipment to Turkey Amid the Earthquake
In the case of Huawei, the Chinese tech giant has offered help in this Turkey earthquake the best way it can. As a tech company, Huawei has offered components, mobile base stations and generators to Turkey in this dire moment. Huawei supplied these items to Turkey to help ease communication in the earthquake-affected areas.
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When such natural disasters occur, the destruction goes beyond lives and properties. It goes the long way to affect electricity supplies and communication equipment. Huawei is the world’s number maker of telecommunication equipment and the equipment they have supplied to Turkey will help make communication a lot easier in the affected areas. The generators will also help solve electricity problems in the areas affected by the earthquake.
The Earthquake in Turkey is Now the Deadliest Natural Disaster of the Century
The disaster in Turkey is said to be a 7.8-magnitude earthquake. It has wiped out a lot of homes while rendering many people homeless and injured. At the time of writing this, reports say that over 19,000 people have lost their lives through the earthquake. These numbers make the earthquake in Turkey the deadliest disaster of the century, even surpassing the Japan Tsunami in 2011.