Inget ledigt för teamet i Margibi – läs vad Momolu och Ban Ki-moon säger..

Skogsbrandens framdrift har bromsat in. Men det brinner och exploderar rejält fortfarande på olika ställen. Och det kan snabbt ta mer fart igen. Så här beskriver Ban Ki-moon läget i Washington Post.

Var med och släck den på bankgirot 876-6834. Nu knäcker vi den där Ebolan!! Ge din julklapp idag! Eller en Fars dag gåva – bli hjälte och brandman för en dag!

Så här berättar Momolu och teamet om vad som hände igår när de flesta av oss andra var lediga. Men om vi gör det vi är bäst på så kan lokala teamet hålla tempot i stödet lokalt – helg och lite motgångar stoppar dem inte.

Hi All,
All is going well despite some break down of vehicle which delay our work yesterday.
We couldn’t continue with our vehicle since the problem was not solved due to lack of spare part in the area forcing it to slept in the field. We however hired another vehicle to continue operation. Notwithstanding, we were able to reach Dolo’s Town the epic center  in Margibi County were over 190 lost their lives leaving behind dozens of orphans. Because we still have more affected areas to visit within the Mboo Statutory District that we couldn’t visit yesterday due to time, we intend to complete distribution there even though today is Sunday.  

Det är många bilder på stöd nu – det är bra!  Vi får många mer – detta är bara ett urval. Tack!

Children receive aid after losing both parents to Ebola

Children receive aid after losing both parents to Ebola

Ebola victims in Sugar Hill receive donation

Ebola victims in Sugar Hill receive donation

Ebola victims on Fourteen Road receive ration after losing 23

Ebola victims on Fourteen Road receive ration after losing 23

Madingo Quarter receive donation after losing 7 to ebola

Madingo Quarter receive donation after losing 7 to ebola

Tannah and Joseph Sumo  lost both parents to ebola and are looked after by 24 years old Oretha Benda(along with her three years old son) on Borlorla Road

Tannah and Joseph Sumo lost both parents to ebola and are looked after by 24 years old Oretha Benda(along with her three years old son) on Borlorla Road

Victims in Kissi Community receive aid after losing 23 to ebola

Victims in Kissi Community receive aid after losing 23 to ebola

 

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