TRO assists flood victims in Trincomalee

[TamilNet, Saturday, 18 December 2004, 03:17 GMT]
The Tamils Rehabilitation Organization (TRO) has been distributing relief packages to flood victims in the Trincomalee district since Thursday. TRO Trincomalee district secretariat workers Thursday and Friday supplied relief packages to all victims irrespective of any differences in the north of the district. Each package contains relief material including dry ration worth about five hundred rupees, sources said.

TRO assists Trinco flood victims
Flood victims seen waiting to get relief.
TRO Friday supplied relief to about 38 Sinhala families affected by the flood in Kallaruwa in Kuchchaveli division, north of the district.

TRO workers Thursday visited the villages of Puddaivaikattu, Thiriya, Kuchchaveli and Kumburupiddy where about five hundred families including Tamils, Muslims and Sinhalese have been displaced due to flood and supplied relief packages to them, sources said.
TRO assists Trinco flood victims
A TRO representative supplies relief to flood victims in Kuchchaveli.


Another group of workers of the TRO Friday went to Muttur east division and supplied relief packages to flood affected families in Malaimunthal, Pattalipuram, Pallikudiruppu and Santhoshapuram and distributed relief packages, sources said.










TRO assists Trinco flood victims
TRO vehicle with relief packages going to flood affected areas in the north of Trincomalee district

 

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