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For Pak Junaidi, seeing a massive wall of sea water blotting out the horizon as the tsunami rolled towards his house was like watching a nightmare come to life.
October 13 marks International Day for Disaster Risk Reduction. This day celebrates how people and communities around the world are reducing their exposure to disasters…
Salvadoran Red Cross, Sonsonate branch, activated more than 20 rescuers and Volunteer Lifeguard members due to the climatic situation that has arisen in the last days in western El Salvador.
Hygiene kit and mats are part of the aid distributed by the Salvadorean Red Cross (SRC) to 236 families affected by the rains in Sonsonate, San Miguel and La Union.
After losing her husband more than 40 years ago and her sons in recent years, 81-year-old Amir Jan Bibi has been living a difficult life with her daughter. As the only surviving child, her daughter, who used to work as a cleaner in the Upazila Health Complex in Naria, lost her job when the entire complex collapsed into the Padma River due to erosion.