| Posted: May 05, 2021
| Updated: June 03, 2021
Final Update: June 1, 2021
A total of 12 beneficiaries and their families were impacted by the rainstorm. The affected beneficiaries are safe and living in permanent housing. The Child Development Center (CDC) provided the families with food, clothing, toiletries, school supplies, bedding, and other household items.
Thank you for your prayers for the affected beneficiaries and families.
Update #1: May 6, 2021
The Child Development Center (CDC) reported, to date, the 12 beneficiaries and their families impacted by the rainstorm are doing well. The affected families are temporarily residing with other family members. The CDC will continue to assess needs, provide relief items, and find permanent accommodations for all the affected beneficiaries.
Thank you for your continued prayers for our beneficiaries and their families.
Disaster Alert: April 24, 2021
On April 24, 2021, beneficiaries in Breman Anhwiam and Nyamebekyere communities were hit by a heavy rainstorm which caused flooding. To date, 12 beneficiaries have been affected by the disaster. The Child Development Center (CDC) has reported there were no casualties or severe injuries among any of the beneficiaries and their families. Affected families lost their homes, food, clothing, educational materials, and household items. The CDC will continue to assess the impact of the disaster on the beneficiaries and support them with relief items as needed. Officials from a government disaster organization are also assisting those affected by the rainstorm.
Please pray for affected beneficiaries and their families as they recover and for church partners as they provide encouragement to those impacted by this disaster.