Build a Rescue Boat

 
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Project Leader

Emma Taylor
11 CROWTHER STREET
Bristol, Somerset BS3 3AJ
United Kingdom
07557770533

Organization

International Disaster Volunteers (IDV)
11 Crowther Street
Bristol, Somerset
United Kingdom
0117 9029770
http://www.idvolunteers.org

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Project Personnel

Emma A Taylor, Sarah Hughes, Andy N Chaggar

 
 

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The community of Banaba is struck by flooding several times each year. Residents of this small community just outside Manila live in constant fear of heavy rains which cause rivers to quickly burst their banks. They've organised themselves and are ready to respond when the rains come. But without rescue boats to use during flooding, many lives could be lost. project reportread updates from the field

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Emma Taylor

Bristol, Somerset United Kingdom

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