Advisory: Tropical Storm Cristobal in El Salvador

  |   Posted: June 10, 2020   |   Updated: June 16, 2020

Update #1: June 11, 2020

Tropical Storm Cristobal has moved out of El Salvador. But, the affects of the storm and the rainy season are keeping some areas at risk for heavy rains, more flooding and landslides. So far, 377 beneficiaries have been affected. The Child Development Centers (CDCs) continue to support the affected beneficiaries and their families using our Disaster Relief funds as well as Disaster Intervention funding for needed repairs.

Please continue to pray for the families still living in temporary shelters where they are more susceptible to COVID-19 and for the safety of CDC staff as they minister to the families.

Disaster Alert: June 8, 2020

El Salvador was struck by a third storm in the last couple of weeks. The storm brought more heavy rainfall and strong winds, which has increased the threat of landslides, flash floods, damage to infrastructure and the loss of crops. Families living in the danger zones were evacuated. To date, three beneficiaries and their families have been affected. Child Development Centers are still assessing impact and have provided food, hygiene kits and temporary shelters for affected beneficiaries and their families.

Please pray for the safety and provision of affected beneficiaries, families and church partners throughout El Salvador.