Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone

by Health Development Project -Sierra Leone
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Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone
Fundraising for Mudslide Victims- Freetown s/leone

Summary

Initially, the Health Development Project is lunching this fundraising for victims affected by Our natural calamity on August 14, with torrential rain flooding for about 70/80% in the Capital city Freetown. Several thousand of both ages lost their lives while many cannot be recovered up to date. This fundraising will benefits Survivors in the form of emergency and humanitarian relief effort like Food, shelter, water, Medical supplies, funds for this purpose will support relief to recovery.

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Challenge

The recent mudslides and floods in the Capital city Freetown, has devastated thousands of its inhabitants causing great calamity in the dead western part of Freetown. We are in response immediately in the Wake of that morning With serious Down pour of Heavy rain in rescuing Survivors, and they needs help in funding their relief to recovery. We are still on the ground in effort to keep victims in safe homes. The funding effort will provide for them a lot in long term recovery as we work on it.

Solution

We intend to build and rehabilitate several homes for this Survivors, and the donations support we can get quick responds to victims like Medical services, Food, water, shelter, etc; We are working With other International, local and volunteers organization on the ground as this is an Whole concerned for us all, and we will do Our best in sundering effective relief work to this location like fulla town, sugar Loaf mountain, laka, mostly dead western areas, in restoring safe Return for us all.

Long-Term Impact

The organization will have its capabilities in most bounded areas affected and will produce With best result in long term solution within this vicinity and its victims. In supporting this fundraising effort With most national and local organization, we can build up a stronger response in the near future for both Survivors and the entire nation as a Whole. The security of most areas must be planed well to the laws of housing, Construction of landslide pavement in preventing future disaster.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a DOCX file (projdoc.docx).

Resources

Organization Information

Health Development Project -Sierra Leone

Location: FREETOWN - Sierra Leone
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Twitter: @JIMMYMARVIN1/HDPSL2000
Health Development Project -Sierra Leone
Jim Morrison
Project Leader:
Jim Morrison
FREETOWN, Sierra Leone

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