IAC calls for assistance for victim of Corentyne high winds

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(Leon Suseran photo) Mr Allimudeen Gobin standing in front of what remains of his home
(Leon Suseran photo) Mr Allimudeen Gobin standing in front of what remains of his home

In the wake of learning that uncommonly high winds, associated with a thunderstorm, adversely affected the village communities of NO. 19 and Warren, Lower Corentyne, Region Six, Berbice, The Indian Action Committee (IAC), is calling for assistance in helping to rebuild the home of a cane harvester.

The IAC, while outlining that many of the damaged buildings have already been repaired, noted that the home of Mr Allimudeen Gobin, 54, who is currently staying with relatives, was completely destroyed.

The organization says it will be meeting with him shortly to make a monetary donation and is calling on the private sector, and members of the public, including government agencies to assist the cane harvester employed at Rose Hall Estate to rebuild his home, as he is currently not in a position, financially, to help himself.

 

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