Hurricane Iota Cartagena CO Flooding Recovery

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Hurricane Iota Cartagena CO Flooding Recovery
Hurricane Iota Cartagena CO Flooding Recovery
Hurricane Iota Cartagena CO Flooding Recovery
Hurricane Iota Cartagena CO Flooding Recovery
Hurricane Iota Cartagena CO Flooding Recovery
Hurricane Iota Cartagena CO Flooding Recovery
Hurricane Iota Cartagena CO Flooding Recovery
Hurricane Iota Cartagena CO Flooding Recovery
Hurricane Iota Cartagena CO Flooding Recovery
Hurricane Iota Cartagena CO Flooding Recovery
Hurricane Iota Cartagena CO Flooding Recovery

Thank you all for your excellent support, life in Cartagena is slowing coming back to normal. Lots of people that had to vacate their homes are starting to move back. We are very grateful to see old friends checking back in with us and telling us that they are OK and ready to reingage in local activies and get back to work again. The school of "God is love" is open and it is great to see the about 75% of the students are back at their desks. We cannot wait to see the 100% of the students back at their desks again. 

We love the vitality of Cartagena and glad to see it come back to its old self.

Blessings and thanks for all your support and prayers. 

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Life has given a serious blow to Cartagena area! The main source of income is the tourist industry. However, due to floods, and now the Delta variant of Covid, the tourists are not coming back any time soon.  

Your generosity has made an impact! Due to your response, Conviventia has been able to help clean up after the floods and are now assisting in contribute food rations to the most vulnerable people in the region. The young are getting back in school and families are being helped in finding alternate source of income. 

Thanks again and God bless

Dag Blokkum

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The one-two punch of Covid & Hurricanes set Cartagena back quite dramatically physically and financially. However, the spirit of Cartagena refuses to be broken. Their faith in a God that moves mountains and cares for them, allowed them to overcome the tragedies. Neighbors helped neighbors; neighbors shared what little they had with others. Conviventia sent emergency workers to help with the cleanup and offered emergency rations where needed. Thanks to the help from GlobalGiving and generous people like yourselves Cartagena is slowly but surely recovering. Conviventia was able to provide coupons that could be used in stores to buy needed supplies and rations. Their team of pastors, phycologists & counselors helped bring support and comfort to the trauma victims 

Thanks, and many blessings

Conviventia team

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Conviventia

Location: Houston, TX - USA
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Project Leader:
Dag Blokkum
Houston, TX United States

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