Lutheran World Relief is helping provide
emergency food, basic shelter and resettlement to safer areas for people
who fleeing their homes because of extensive flooding in Mozambique and
South Africa. In Mozambique, a Lutheran World Relief partner agency is
extending aid to 7,000 families. In South Africa, food, blankets and temporary
shelter are being prepared for as many as 17,000 families. Lutheran World
Relief has sent emergency funds of $30,000, an earlier shipment of $475,000
of quilts, blankets and kits has just arrived, and LWR is accepting donations
for further assistance to flood survivors. LWR is a member of the international
emergency alliance, Action by Churches Together.
Donations to Lutheran World Relief for
Mozambique flood survivors help provide food, basic household items, shelter,
seeds and more:
- $34 will provide basic food for one
family for two months (rice, corn, oil, sugar and salt).
- $46 will buy a family survival kit of
basic household kitchen and shelter items.
- $10 will provide enough maize, beans
and peanut seeds for a subsistence farmer to start over.
- $1,500 will assist one family to resettle
and rebuild for themselves in a community with safe water supply, sanitation,
and a health clinic.
LWR is accepting
contributions toward the relief efforts in Southern Africa.