This project is about building 100 houses for 100 families in Carama, to provide shelters to the survivors of the Sunday, February 9th, 2014 torrential rains and landslides that have left at list 77 people dead, about 12,000 displaced in Bujumbura and around 1000 houses destroyed in the northern areas of Bujumbura, Capital City. The Carama location is where JRMD helped 786 families to build 786 houses whom their homes were destroyed during the ethnic ware in 1993.
Heavy rains on Sunday, February 12th, 2014 caused flooding in the northern areas of Bujumbura, including Carama location. The torrential rains and landslides have left at list 77 people dead, 81 injured, about 12,000 displaced in Bujumbura and around 1000 houses destroyed. The survivors of Bujumbura disaster are urgently in need of shelters, food, blankets and cooking material. For more info, click on the following link: http://afkinsider.com/42087/torrential-rains-kill-60-burundi-capital/
The project will help 100 families survivors of the torrential rains to build 100 houses in Carama, to house around 1,000, made by children, women and men. This project will help reduce the expansion of AIDS and the mortality occasioned by their today's worse conditions of living. Their conditions of living will be improved.
Over 1000 children, women and men made by orphans, widows and people from needy families of Carama location will benefit/get permanent homes and their conditions of living will be totally improved and live in peace and security. A home is one of the most important things that contribute to the good living of a human being.