Advisory: Flooding in Teji and Asgori, Ethiopia

  |   Posted: August 06, 2019   |   Updated: August 06, 2019

Disaster Alert: August 6, 2019

In late July, heavy rainfall caused the Teji tributary to the Awash River to overflow into the towns of Teji and Asgori, in Ethiopia. These towns are in the Southwest Shoa Zone in Oromia Regional State. A retention wall that was constructed last year to divert flooding and protect the towns was broken. So far, 245 beneficiaries and one Child Development Center (CDC) have been affected.

The CDC's are not currently running their normal programmatic activities. Some of the beneficiaries are temporarily living at the CDC's. Most of their houses, personal items and livelihoods have been damaged or destroyed. Compassion Disaster Relief Funds will provide immediate support to the beneficiaries and their families.

Please pray for the safety of our beneficiaries in this area.

Advisory: Flooding in Teji and Asgori, Ethiopia