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CAMPECHE, Mexico - Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) is committing $44,500 Cdn./$30,000 U.S. to assist people in southern Mexico communities damaged in October by Hurricane Isadore. Funds will be split equally between the eight low German-speaking Mennonite colonies in Campeche state and the surrounding indigenous communities.
A grant from FHI's Rapid Response Fund
helped Christians in Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula assist their neighbours
in the wake of Hurricane Isidore.
Yucatan Presbyterian Ministries (YPM) used FHI's grant to purchase food for 400 people in the villages of Sinaché and Telchac. Youth from Bethesda Presbyterian Church of Canc=FAn packed the food items and assisted in the deliveries. Food packages included cooking oil, rice, canned tuna, beans, corn flour, powdered milk, lentils and salt.
La Oficina de Información Diplomática del Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores hace público el siguiente comunicado:
9.191 AYUDA HUMANITARIA A MÉXICO
Recipient: Secretaria de Salud
Shipment Date: 10/4/2002 Value: $213,094
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by Fernando Nuño in Guatemala City.
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Sistema Nacional de Protección Civil
Coordinación General de Protección Civil
Centro Nacional de Prevención de Desastres
SISTEMA DE ALERTA TEMPRANA
Written by Mason Booth, DisasterRelief.org
SCM Boletín N=BA426/02
México D.F. a 27 de Octubre del 2002 - Se procederá de inmediato a la evaluación de los daños con el fin de destinar los recursos necesarios para su reparación, afirma.
El secretario de la Defensa Nacioanal, Ricardo Clemente Vega García, encabezó con Creel Miranda la sesión de Consejo Estatal de Protección Civil.
MEXICO CITY, Oct 26, 2002 (Xinhua via COMTEX) -- Powerful Hurricane Kenna left three people dead and scores of others injured as it toppled trees and power lines in Mexico's Pacific coast, the authorities confirmed on Saturday.
Hurricane Kenna, which slammed into Mexico's Pacific coast on Friday, killed two women in Nayarit state and another one in Jalisco States.
In Jalisco's Puerto Vallarta, a tourist resort, at least 52 people were injured as the hurricane hurled objects through the air, leaving debris strewn in streets.
Boletín N=BA 424/02
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Extracted from UMCOR Hotline 25 Oct
Your contributions to the Hurricanes 2002, Advance #901185-6 help UMCOR respond to those whose lives are unalterably changed by disastrous hurricanes. At this writing, Hurricane Kenna is one of the strongest hurricanes to menace Mexico's Pacific Coast in 50 years. Thousands have already been evacuated in Puerto Vallarta and Mazatlan.
Mexico City (dpa) - Hurricane Kenna made landfall midday Friday buffeting the Mexican mainland with sustained winds of 185 kilometres per hour and continued inland after uprooting trees, knocking down lampposts and flooding seaside cities and villages.
The Miami-based U.S. National Hurricane Center said Kenna, a category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson scale, touched land near to San Blas, Nayarit state.
The eye of the storm was located about 65 kilometres north-northwest of Tepic, Nayarit, and it was moving towards the northeast at 32 kilometres per hour.