XM provides help to the survivors of earthquakes in Turkey and Syria as part of its CSR program.

Since its establishment in 2009, XM has expanded to become a large and well-established international investment company, serving more than 5,000,000 customers. A team of over 600 experts in the financial sector presently have made up XM and confirmed their professionalism.


However, XM's commitment is not limited to business. After the massive earthquake that ravaged Turkey and Syria, many survivors could not find shelter or food, and children became the most helpless.

XM donated money to the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), which assists with search and recovery operations and distributing essential supplies. Children have an immediate requirement for a safe place to live, adequate nutrition, medical attention, clean drinking water, clean bedding, warm clothing, and adequate cleanliness; some children also require assistance for their mental health.

This most recent tragedy has struck particularly close to home for the children of Syria, who have already been enduring a humanitarian crisis due to their country's ongoing civil war and economic downturn.

The earthquake struck in the middle of the night on February 6th, causing damage to the infrastructure as well as the destruction of thousands of structures. The inability to return to their houses has forced many survivors, including families and children who have lost their parents, to take refuge in temporary shelters or outside. 

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