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GUYANA - Good Hope Phase 2 appeal - Farida Haniff

Furniture and electrical equipment damaged and destroyed during flooding.
The kitchen garden saturated and polluted, all crops destroyed. The 100 chickens in the coops drowned during the recent floods.
Her daughter fetching water from the roadside.

 

For further information on the Guyana Citizen’s Initiative for Flood Relief (GCIFR) see below


Please contact:


Telephones: (592) 624-0297,624-0298, 617-2727, 616-6874
Email: guyanafloods@yahoo.com


unitedcaribbeantrust@yahoo.com

Farida is obviously a hard working woman, who is in urgent need of help to rebuild her life.



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The GCIFR is a non-governmental organization that has been focusing on current and long-term measures to alleviate the effects of the flood and its impact on the affected population.
The GCIF has a working relationship with the Guyana government, non-governmental and international organizations as well as network with affected communities through their representatives.
The Mattress Project of the Guyana Citizens Initiative for Flood Relief (GCIFR) began on Tuesday, February 22, 2005 after community groups, working with affected residents, identified mattresses as one of the items urgently needed.
A fact-finding mission by members of the GCIFR found that many residents were either forced to discard their mattresses soaked with polluted flooded waters or at best wash and use them again. < DONATIONS NEEDED >
 
 
     


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