Ammar Campa is an earthquake survivor from Afghanistan, who has been living in the US for the past 15 years.
He says that for him, life has been one of constant fear.
“I have been living here for about 15 years now, and the earthquake happened in the beginning of September.
It was a big shock to everyone.
We were not able to leave for two weeks, and after two weeks of this, we got scared.
The next morning we were in a hospital, but it was a bit too much.
I stayed there for two more weeks, until my parents came and helped me out.
So we got some food and then we moved into our apartment and then I was finally able to get some sleep.”
The 26-year-old’s life has changed dramatically since he first arrived in the United States, with his life now focused on getting his visa to live and work in the country.
“I had been living there for four months, and I had a good relationship with my landlord.
They told me that I was staying in a bad part of the city and I needed to move to the big city, so that’s what I decided to do.
But after that, I felt so scared and scared that I couldn’t even sleep for a couple of days.
After a couple more days, I had to call my parents and ask them for help, and they came to my rescue.”
As a result, Ammar has worked as a security guard, a baker, a carpenter and a driver.
For the past two years, he has also been studying abroad in Europe.
His story has been shared widely in the media, and he is hoping that by sharing it, his story will help others who may be living in fear or worry.
In order to help those in need, he started his own charity, which is dedicated to raising awareness of the earthquake and other natural disasters. “
The bigger problem that people have, is when people think they can take the risk, but then they do not,” Ammar says.
In order to help those in need, he started his own charity, which is dedicated to raising awareness of the earthquake and other natural disasters.
Ammar is not the only one who is facing the fear of an earthquake.
Hundreds of people are still living in a house destroyed by an earthquake in Afghanistan, and many of them are afraid of an impending earthquake that may destroy their homes and livelihoods.
According to the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), an earthquake can devastate up to 200,000 people.
While the IFRRC’s Emergency Response Coordination Centre estimates that more than one million people are in need of immediate assistance, they are still unsure of how to deal with those who have been displaced from their homes.
There are already concerns about how an earthquake will affect local food security in Afghanistan.
Last week, a massive earthquake devastated rural villages in eastern Afghanistan, killing at least seven people and injuring scores more.
Local news outlets reported that many of the dead and injured were children.
Although some families are still receiving aid from neighbouring countries, many are still fearful of an imminent disaster.
Despite the fears, Amar says he has no regrets about living in Afghanistan and is optimistic that the country will be able to recover from the earthquake.
“It’s all for the good.
It’s for us, for our families, for all the people who were living here before,” he says.
“This country is very safe now.
We are not worried anymore about earthquakes.”