Sinaloa joins the aid for 'Otis'
The governor of Sinaloa, Rubén Rocha Moya, reported that it joins the humanitarian aid for those affected by the hurricane Otis.
In response to the call launched for this purpose by the National DIF, the local executive of Sinaloa reported that his government managed to collect 8 tons of food, a kitchen equipped to prepare portions of hot food for 2,000 people a day, several liters of water as well as a humanitarian brigade of 15 people to support all the actions that were carried out. need.
The governor explained that until now the different agencies have focused on responding to the requests to restore the electrical energy, the supply of drinking water; drainage service and communication routes.
“However, the most direct approach with the population is something that the DIF must do, so as a team we are all going to support the people who need it most,” the governor of Sinaloa stated in a statement.
He recalled that the call for National DIF It is not only for the state governments to gather aid in each of their communities, but also to bring a caravan of humanitarian aid to Acapulco and Coyuca de Benítez that “strengthens” support in terms of physical and emotional health for people from the senior citizens and young adolescents.
“As part of this effort, the National DIF will also take products received at the collection center that include non-perishable food, personal hygiene items, bottled water, toilet paper, cleaning products, among others,” recalled Rocha Moya.
The humanitarian brigade will arrive this Thursday, November 2, in the areas affected by the hurricane Otis.
It is divided into four axes of attention in which the state and municipal DIF Systems will work, in addition to the installation of mobile kitchens to offer hot food and, there will be personnel and tools for civil protection and cleaning work for desilting.
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