March 22nd, 2021
UPDATE: As of 12pm EST, it has been reported that some of IMANA’s mobile clinic locations have been irreparably damaged and need relocation. Staff members are reporting that entire homes have been destroyed as well.
“All partners are providing support together with the Refugee Relief and Repatriation Commission (RRRC) and emergency services,” said Louise Donovan, spokesperson of UNHCR. “So far, the fire has affected shelters, health centres, distribution points and other facilities. Volunteers are supporting those affected.”
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