Thanks to Kiritana post disaster

June 3, 2021
That Saturday afternoon the volunteers of #RumahKambera post decided to leave for Kiritana. Today's agenda is not as usual, the volunteers decided to play with the children.

Thanks to Kiritana post disaster

That Saturday afternoon the volunteers of #RumahKambera post decided to leave for Kiritana. Today’s agenda is not as usual, the volunteers decided to play with the children.

The flash flood that occurred in East Sumba last April 4 changed the landscape along the banks of the Kambaniru River. The flood brought sand material that accumulated and closed all the gardens on the riverbank. The sand cover then made the ball field and slide arena for the children of Kiritana village after the disaster.

Volunteers from Kambera House Post brought volleyball and footballs as well as drinking water and milk to relieve thirst and hunger after playing. The disaster that has happened can not eliminate their happy smile.

#Kiritana #ActforNTT #RumahKambera

 

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