Communities in Cyclone Freddy Affected Districts Challenged on Identifying Solutions
Sons and daughters of Chiradzulu, a grouping of people who have the origins of the district, has urged people who have not directly been affected by the cyclone Freddy and are living either within or outside the districts to be on the fore front in identifying long term solutions for the problem.
Chairperson for the grouping, Focus Sikaloka, told Zodiak Online on Tuesday that apart from attracting other well wishers the move will also go along way in ensuring that the locals are part of the long term solutions for the challenge.
"I am optimistic that within the affected districts, there are others who have not been directly affected and have got capacity to help. If these can come out to assist ,it can help in attracting other well wishers. Besides it is those from the districts who should be in the fore front in identifying long term solutions for the challenge," said Sikaloka.
He made the remarks when the grouping distributed relief items to some flood survivors currently being housed at Namapale camp in Njuli as well as Njeremba assemblies of God in Nguludi in Chiradzulu district.
Grace Black, a cyclone Freddy survivor who was found at Njeremba Assemblies of God camp hailed the grouping's gesture saying it has helped in alleviating their challenges.
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