Since the early days of the disaster until today, aid convoys are still carrying food, medical supplies and basic living materials to most of the areas hit by the earthquake, especially those that did not reach them in the past.Although food aid arrived to the affected areas urgently and medical supplies, but the necessary needs were later represented in tents, given the nature of the places where the residents live, which are between mountainous terrain where temperatures drop significantly in the evening. Aid operations to the affected areas, The Moroccan solidarity, which has occurred and is still in place until now, confirms the ability of the Moroccan people to overcome the crisis.She added in her speech to "Sputnik", that "aid has reached all the affected areas and continues until today, thanks to what Moroccans learned from the Royal Foundation, which planted in us the spirit of solidarity, assistance and support always, and which was the first in all crises." He adds, in his interview with "Sputnik", that rainfall and low temperature worries residents who sleep in tents, especially since the mountains surround the areas where tents are erected, which threatens to flood the places where the tents are located at any moment.In this context, Samir Nasser, from the province of Al-Haouz, says that donations from Moroccan cities are reaching the regions of the region so far. Sputnik said that the aid includes tents equipped to resist the cold, as well as heating tools that help residents there at the moment when temperatures are low.The residents of the region fear the arrival of winter before reconstruction, especially since the area hit by the earthquake in the province of Al-Haouz is located at a great altitude above sea level, and has low temperatures to the extent of accumulating ice in many of them.Despite the availability of food aid in the affected areas, the absence of tools Faouzi Lekjaa, Minister Delegate at the Moroccan Ministry of Economy and Finance, on Friday, presented a report on the earthquake that struck the country, before the Finance and Economic Development Committees in the Moroccan Parliament.The newspaper "Hespress", Friday evening, quoted Fawzi Lekjaa, saying that the number of collapsed buildings as a result of the earthquake that struck 6 Moroccan provinces, exceeded 59 thousand and 600 houses, noting that two-thirds of this number of completely collapsed buildings, while the remaining third concerns partially collapsed buildings.