October 5, 2022

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Petropolis: The United States has sent nearly R $ 520,000 to help affected families

Petropolis: The United States has sent nearly R $ 520,000 to help affected families

Petropolis

So far 137 people have gone missing due to heavy rains in Petropolis

The announcement was made by the International Development Agency
© Fernando Frazo / Agancia BrazilThe announcement was made by the International Development Agency

The US Government’s International Development Agency (Usaid) will help families PetropolisAt The mountainous region of RioThe city, which was hit by a storm last Tuesday (15th), is still experiencing inclement weather with several moments of rain. The announcement of a donation of 520 thousand ringgit for immediate relief was made today (19).

According to the person in charge US Embassy and Embassy Business In Brazil, Douglas Gonef, support is one of the defining characteristics of the country’s partnership with Brazil. “It is our desire to support each other in difficult times. It is heartbreaking for all of us to see this tragedy occupy the city of Petropolis. We extend our condolences and solidarity to the families of the victims and the homeless. “

According to உசைத், Resources will be used for personal hygiene and cleaning equipment and food safety supplies for the homeless. The management of the money is the responsibility of the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA).

Reconstruction

“USAID joins efforts to help families in Serena Doo recover from the damage Rio de Janeiro; We are ready to help them rebuild their lives, ”said Ted Kehr, director of the agency in Brazil. According to the US Embassy in Brazil, the US government “has a historic partnership with the state of Rio de Janeiro”. He cited, for example, the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the Government and the US Embassy and Embassies on December 14, 2021, to enhance mutual cooperation in various economic and social fields.

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