Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea

by A-PAD KOREA (Asia Pacific Alliance for Disaster Management)
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea
Flood Recovery Support :Chungcheongdo, South Korea

Summary

Heavy rain of up to 530mm has been scratching the country for four days. According to the Central Disaster and Safety Countermeasures Headquarters (Central Disaster and Safety Countermeasures Headquarters), 36 people have died or disappeared nationwide as of midnight on the 16th. (26 people, including 17 in Gyeongbuk, 4 in Chungnam, 4 in Chungbuk, and 1 in Sejong). The Korea Meteorological Administration predicts that more than 200mm of additional rain will fall. Please, Help us!

$50,000
total goal
$49,750
remaining
4
donors
0
monthly donors
9
months

Challenge

Heavy rain of up to 530mm has been scratching Korea for four days. According to the Central Disaster and Safety Countermeasures Headquarters (Central Disaster and Safety Countermeasures Headquarters), 36 people have died or disappeared nationwide as of midnight on the 16th. (26 people, including 17 in Gyeongbuk, 4 in Chungnam, 4 in Chungbuk, and 1 in Sejong)

Solution

We plan to dispatch to areas in urgent need of support and produce and distribute emergency relief packages at the site. As a large area is flood-stricken, we plan to operate around the outer areas where support is relatively poor.

Long-Term Impact

Flood damage takes a long time to recover. Starting with initial product support, we will support community recovery and return to daily life in the mid- to long-term.

Resources

Organization Information

A-PAD KOREA (Asia Pacific Alliance for Disaster Management)

Location: Seoul - South Korea
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Project Leader:
Jongwon Sung
Seoul , South Korea

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