Buenos Aires - Villa 21
Let me tell you about what happened in the last few days on my country… In recent days there have been major storms in the province of Buenos Aires (Argentina), causing numerous floods and major problems for several cities in the province. It was a disaster. The water managed to cover whole houses, cars and everything. Many people have lost their homes, belongings and more. Some of them even their lives. More than 50 people died in one of the cities most affected by the water and there are a lot of people missing. This is just a little part of what really happened and the damage that made to the cities and the people who live there.
All the people is now sending help to all those affected areas, but they need more and the only way to make this happen is sharing the information about it. So, if you live in Argentina, here you have some useful information to help and send donations… And if you don’t but you want to help, share the information, that would be great…
What they need? Mattresses, blankets, shoes, clothes, food, milk, diapers, candles, coats, water, medicine and more..
Ayuda La Plata: http://www.ayudalaplata.org/
Donaciones (Buenos Aires): http://www.buenosaires.gob.ar/donaciones
Donaciones (Otras provincias): http://altasudaka.tumblr.com/post/47144706949/puntos-de-acopio-de-donaciones-en-distintas-provincias
Puntos de donaciones (Cruz Roja): http://altasudaka.tumblr.com/post/47144286944/puntos-de-acopio-de-donaciones-de-cruz-roja
Cómo y dónde ayudar (Buenos Aires y provincias): http://www.lanacion.com.ar/1569076-como-ayudar-a-los-damnificados-por-el-temporal
Feel free to add more information..
A picture taken on March 22, 2013 shows an illegal oil refinery destroyed by Joint Task Force at Nembe Creek in the Niger Delta on March 22, 2013. Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria (SPDC) on April 2, 2013 said it would temporarily shut down production the Nembe Creek Truck Line (NCTL) to remove a number of bunkering points on pipelines vandalised by oil thieves in the region. PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images
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