Moroccan Red crescent to provide relief to flood-stricken province of Nador

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Rabat, Oct. 27 (MAP) - The Moroccan Red Crescent (French acronym CMR) will send relief to the flood-stricken populations of the northeastern province of Nador, following the unprecedented rains that hit the region over the weekend.

To this end, the CMR held a meeting on Monday to consider relief supply operations, upon the instructions of Princess Lalla Selma, chairwoman of the CMR.

The aids to be mobilized consist in 40 tents, 400 blankets, food-supplies worth some $ 2,100, cooking kits as well as hygiene products.

The CMR had already dispatched relief to several flood-stricken rural hamlets in the region of Fez-Boulmane (center), Nador, Figuig (west) and Errachidia (center).

The CMR had channeled some MAD 50,000 of food-stuffs, 700 blankets, 200 cooking kits and 1 ton of secondhand clothes into the region of Fez Boulemane, while flood stricken populations of Errachidia received aid composed of food-stuffs worth MAD 50,000, 300 blankets, 150 kitchen kits and 2,000 kilos of secondhand clothes.