Central African Flood Disaster

Central African Flood Disaster
Central African Flood Disaster

The Central African Republic declared a national catastrophe because of the flooding.

For two days, thousands of people became homeless due to rain and floods. On Sunday (October 27th), the government announced that more than 28,000 were left homeless in the capital, Bangui.

Coordinator of one of the settlements for the homeless said, “We need help. It’s sad to see the collapse of the buildings we’ve spent years,”.

The state calls for international support.


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