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September 21, 2017

NEWS RELEASE: Operation USA, Disaster Agencies Scramble to Respond to Unprecedented Relief Needs

Los Angeles-based non-governmental agency implores public to donate while responding to five major disasters within three weeks   Los Angeles, Calif., September 21, 2017—Operation USA, a Los Angeles-based international relief organization, today issued a plea to the public for donations after a record-breaking five major disasters have impacted areas of the United States and Mexico […]

September 18, 2017

Helping Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh

At Operation USA, we know that disasters aren’t always the result of weather phenomena or other circumstances beyond control. Too often, in too many places, crises and disasters are born from violent acts at the hand of mankind. The effects of man-made disasters are just as devastating and last just as long as those caused […]

Updates: Hurricane Maria

September 21, 2017–Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico as a Category 4 storm yesterday, battering the U.S. territory with extreme winds and heavy rainfall. The entire island is now without power, and some reports say it will be weeks, even months, before service is restored to more than three million people. After more than 30 inches […]

September 8, 2017

NEWS RELEASE: Operation USA to Aid Recovery Efforts in Florida and Mexico Following Major Disasters

Los Angeles-based non-governmental agency planning to deliver aid following unprecedented Atlantic storm and magnitude 8.1 earthquake   Los Angeles, Calif., September 8, 2017—Operation USA, a Los Angeles-based international relief agency, today announced plans to assess damage and deliver aid to Florida in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma and in Mexico in the aftermath of a […]

Updates: Mexico Earthquakes

September 20, 2017–The death toll from yesterday’s earthquake–the second to shake Mexico in less than two weeks–has climbed to 225. As rescue workers continue to search through rubble, that number is expected to climb. Sadly, among the dead are more than 20 students whose school collapsed in the quake–though more than 50 survivors have been […]

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