Humanitarian Aid Needed Urgently
World Vision wants to distribute
In the coming weeks, World Vision plans to set up two Child-Friendly Spaces in tornado-affected areas.
However, help must not stop there. World Vision will look to conduct assessments in the hardest hit provinces, including Hunan, Hubei and Anhui in order to ensure that appropriate aid is extended in the coming days and weeks.
Mother of Two Rushed Her Children to Safety
|Qingya, a mother of two, lost everything she owned to the floods. She remembered it was about 12pm on June 30, when the floods rushed into her house. In their haste to escape, Qingya and her family left behind all their assets, which were later washed away by the raging waters.|
Standing in front of her collapsed house, she said,“The flood was so heavy. I have never seen anything like it before. Things in our home got washed away all in a second. We lost our home, furniture, clothes and food. Now, we have to live in a temporary tent.”
Qingya is one of many mothers who had to place her children’s safety over everything else. Having lost everything to the relentless floods, they now depend on relief materials distributed to survivors.
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