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Flood victims at Mazulia camp

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Hello guys, I am currently in Kilosa – Morogoro. Today am bringing you some photos of flood victims in this District which I took recently.

A poster on the building which used to deal with industrial issues in Kilosa is no longer operating and the building is now being used by the floods victims at the Mazulia camp. It was not once known why did the operations stopped.

An old man who lives alone in one the 23 full suits at Mazulia camp on the preparations to start cooking dinner. Since he is old he spends more than five hours to prepare his dinner. Mazuria needs more 187 full suits to accommodate 138 families.

The two little boys at the Mazulia Camp was caught by my camera in front of their tent cooking as the mother left them at home without saying a word to them and it was already ten hours since she left home.

A woman identified by the name of Tatu Mavunga and her two grandsons in their tent which accommodates six member of the family, others not on the photo. The tent is being divided into four parts to allow privacy to the family.

For Tatu Mavunga to buy charcoal for Sh 500 it is expensive so instead she walks 1km to collect firewood in the forest

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9 Comments

9 Comments

  1. orton

    14/06/2010 at 12:13 pm

    Salome,
    I went through this slide with care and a genuine interest in your subjects.It communicates.Who largely facilitated them with temporary accomodation?Governmen,NGOs or private sector?

  2. salome

    15/06/2010 at 1:30 am

    Orton,thanks for your comment,its fifty fifty both government and NGO’s facilitated the victims.

  3. Baraka

    17/06/2010 at 4:54 pm

    Salome,
    Your slides are showing are showing us real life in Mazulia Camp in Kilosa,What is the government plan towards people in Mazulia Camp? What are some of challenges you face there?

  4. MKINI ROBERT

    18/06/2010 at 12:11 pm

    is amazing, bt you your self you contributed how much to save the situation?

  5. salome

    18/06/2010 at 10:14 pm

    Hello Baraka thanks for your comment, for the time being the government is supplying food,NGO,s are also there also to support food,medicine and cloth, it is not clearly known exactly the government will assist these people to rebuild their houses.

  6. salome

    18/06/2010 at 10:17 pm

    Hello Robert,I just carried 50 exercise books and gave to some children at Kimamba Camp during the African Child Day.

  7. Guest

    20/06/2010 at 1:46 am

    Hope their situation will change soon

  8. Meja

    16/09/2010 at 2:53 pm

    Hellow Salome, what your doing is remarkable. Pls Keep it up and may God bless you and the others.

  9. mkongwe Augusty

    10/07/2013 at 3:39 pm

    Try harder buddy! May lord guide u!

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