Advisory: Typhoon Wipha in Tak Province, Thailand

  |   Posted: August 08, 2019   |   Updated: August 22, 2019

Final Report: August 22, 2019

The weather in Tak Province has improved and flooding has stopped. The roads to all Child Development Centers (CDCs) in the area are now open. A total of six beneficiaries and their families were affected by the flooding and received assistance from the CDCs. All families can safely return to their homes.

Thank you for your prayers for the affected beneficiaries and their families.

Update #1: August 15, 2019

The floodwaters are beginning to recede, and the rain has decreased. There is still a concern of possible landslides in the area. So far, the Child Development Centers report that the flooding impacted six beneficiaries and their families. Some families have returned home, while others continue to stay with relatives. Transportation into the village is now possible.

Please continue to pray for the safety of our beneficiaries and Child Development Centers in this area.

Disaster Alert: August 8, 2019

Due to several days of heavy rain in Tak Province, Thailand, caused by Typhoon Wipha, the Moei River water level rose and flooded the village of Mae Salidluang. The road to the village was blocked by a landslide and floodwaters. Beneficiary impact details are not available yet. Several Child Development Centers in the area are assessing damages and providing rice and dried foods for the affected families. Many families have evacuated and are living with relatives.

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

Advisory: Typhoon Wipha in Tak Province, Thailand