Save the Children ready to respond to cyclone Mora

Save the Children ready to respond to cyclone Mora

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Dhaka – Save the Children, an international development agency, is ready to respond to cyclone Mora after the initial need assessment. UNB news reported
Save the Children teams are monitoring the situation and stand ready to respond if required, said a press release.
“We’re particularly worried about the impact the storm could have on children, who are especially vulnerable in situations like this. Not only is the experience of a cyclone extremely distressing, but it could also cause many schools to close temporarily or to be used as evacuation centres,” said Mark Pierce, country director of Save the Children in Bangladesh.
The aid agency, which has been working in Bangladesh since 1970, has stockpiled relief items including thousands of hygiene and kitchen kits as well as emergency shelter, all of which can be distributed at short notice.

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