Early report indicates no CFCA fatalities

An early report from staff members in Chile indicates that there have been no fatalities among sponsored members. Our staff will continue to assess the situation of families impacted by the quake and send a more detailed report at a later date.

The report also said that a day center where aging members ate breakfast and lunch and took handicraft and art workshops is uninhabitable. As a result, the sponsored elderly will receive their nutritional benefits at another location and all workshops have been postponed until a new location is identified.

And finally, Sara Leiva, the Valparaiso project coordinator, said that sponsors with friends in Chile should keep in mind that letters both in and out of the country will be delayed. Some letters may arrive late or coated with earthquake dust. For now, the staffís top priority is to assess and respond to the current needs of the families.

For more information, read the full news story on our website.

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0 thoughts on “Early report indicates no CFCA fatalities

  1. It is great to here that people are safe in Chile after the earthquake. Has there been any word from Uganda after the mudslides?

    • Merton,

      Thanks for your concern for our project in Uganda. Thankfully, we do not have any sponsored members living in the areas affected by the mudslides.

      Keep reading!

      Natasha
      Blog admin

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