Hurricane Idai Response, Mozambique

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Hurricane Idai Response, Mozambique

Apr 20, 2019
Bethel Global Response

Bethel Global Response arrived on the ground in Mozambique before the worst event in the southern hemisphere hit. We were actively responding the day after through partnerships with local organizations and churches, emergency feeding over 20,000 individuals and emergency roofing over 400 homes. A church network was mobilized to assist in the assessment phase, as well as participating in the initial response. Consultancy and training was done for multiple organizations during our team’s time on the ground. Additionally, chainsaw work was done removing trees from people's homes. BGR’s heart was to return and eight months later, we went back, establishing long-term intervention through education and production of water filtration systems.

HOMES
SERVED

400

FAMILIES
FED

4,773 

PEOPLE
SERVED

22,600

TOTAL
COST

$10k+

About Bethel Global Response

Bethel Global Response oversees a team of over 1,000 people who are trained to respond to disasters. While carrying the atmosphere of heaven, we tangibly display the love of Jesus by meeting physical needs through ash outs, relief and recovery training, food distribution, and more. We meet people in moments of crisis with hope and love. Through these divine opportunities, we see life restored and people beginning to dream again.

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