U.S. Embassy in Ulaanbaatar, Provides Emergency Relief for Flood Victims

Flood relief efforts are continuing in Ulaanbaatar and Govi-Altai aimag. The flood claimed lives of 24 people and caused much property and economic damage in Ulaanbaatar and Govi-Altai aimag.Now, US Embassy has joined the relief effort.
On July 27th the U.S. Embassy in Ulaanbaatar announced that it is providing $25,000 in emergency relief assistance for the victims of last week’s flash floods that were caused by heavy rain. The assistance is being provided by the U.S. Embassy through the Mongolian Red Cross which will purchase the relief supplies, transport them to the affected ger districts and begin distributions of these relief supplies this week.

With the funds donated by the people of the United States of America, the Red Cross will purchase wheat flour, rice, vegetable oil, sugar, tea and salt to distribute to flood victims in the Ulaanbaatar ger districts of Songino-Khairkhan, Khaan-Uul and Bayanzurkh. The Red Cross will also use the donated funds for food distributions in flood affected areas in Gobi Altai aimag.

1 comment:

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