As of the end of January we have given over five thousand meals to the hungry. We will keep looking for families and refugees in the camps who are not getting the government help in time or getting too little help from the government and provide meals for them.
These people have lost everything and live without any utility services. They are so grateful for the simple tools, which allow them to begin the process of recovery. We have distributed one hundred gas lanterns and fifty cooking stoves.
Sixty flooded homes have received mattresses. Two hundred families have been given sets of basic cooking utensils. Another one hundred fifty families received brooms and cleaning equipment to assist in cleaning up their broken and flooded homes. Several refugee camps have been provided with daily meals; and we will continue to provide meals for individuals in camps and homes who are not being helped otherwise.