Methodist Church of Fiji donates relief supplies to NDMO for those affected by TC Harold

Methodist Church of Fiji donates relief supplies to NDMO for those affected by TC Harold

By Iva Danford
Tuesday 19/05/2020
Methodist church of Fiji

The Methodist Church of Fiji has donated relief supplies to the National Disaster Management Office to assist those affected from Tropical Cyclone Harold.

While handing over the supplies on behalf of the Methodist Church of Fiji, Reverend Iliesa Naivalu says this is a continuation of their close collaboration with the Fijian government especially during tough times.

The supplies includes food and clothes.


Reverend Naivalu this is from the members who have contributed and have sent their well wishes for those affected.

He says they hope for quick recovery to those who have been affected especially to those who have lost their homes.

The NDMO Director Vasiti Soko says this donation is an additional contribution from the Methodist church who have already donated some items in the Western division.

Soko says it will be coordinated and delivered to those who needs it in the affected areas.

She says the second phase of deployment is currently conducted in affected areas around the country.


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