Food packs deployed to the North

Food packs deployed to the North

By Navitalai Naivalurua
Thursday 04/02/2021
Minister for Disaster Management Inia Seruiratu

If you are living in Vanua Levu and have been affected by Tropical Cyclone Ana and Yasa, assistance is on its way.

The National Disaster Management Office deployed a vessel last night to Vanua Levu with 13,000 food packs and water tanks.

Minister for Disaster Management Inia Seruiratu says the deployment is for families that have been severely affected by TC Yasa and Ana because Vanua Levu is now running on two lines of operation.

Seruiratu says one is the continuation of the relief assistance and recovery efforts for TC Yasa and at the same time is the first response for those affected by TC Ana.

The Minister adds they are making sure that Vanua Levu is well supported and also given timely assistance.




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