The Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRAdid a two-day general observation repercussion assessment to communities in Guadalcanal Province.
The disaster assessment took place at North Guadalcanal , Central Guadalcanal and North West Guadalcanal communities that were severely affected by the Heavy Rain and Flooding last week.
The disaster assessment was an initiative for the ADRA Emergency Department to have its own observation of what had happened after the heavy downpour from last week.
The assessment was aimed to affirm that they have seen the damage caused by the heavy rain and flooding and to gauge the severity of the situation and saw which parts of these areas were severely affected by the heavy rain and flooding.
ADRA Project Coordinator for Building Disaster Resilience for Persons with Disabilities, Duran Taupongi and Project Officer Leslie Molea on Monday and Tuesday able to visit several communities in North Guadalcanal (EG), Central Guadalcanal and North West Guadalcanal (NWG) that were recently affected by the flooding and heavy rain.
Mr Taupongi and Mr Molea also visited Tenaru residential area and went up to Tetere area and Aruligo to Selwyn College including nearby communities to see the aftermath of the heavy rain and flooding at these places.
ADRA is a humanitarian agency operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church for the purpose of providing individual and community development and disaster relief.
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