iCS made an emergency grant to assist the Pastoral Land Commission in the sending of supplies and hygiene materials to the affected families. In the capital alone, 2,600 people were made homeless
Climate change claimed new victims in March. In Acre, the rains affected around 70,000 people and the residents of Rio Branco suffered the worst floods in the last eight years. In the capital alone, more than 2,600 people were made homeless, with the level of the Acre River reaching more than 17 meters. Other municipalities, such as Xapuri, the hometown of Chico Mendes, were also severely affected. iCS made an emergency grant to help the CPT (Pastoral Land Commission) support families with hygiene materials and food parcels.
Donations and supplies for the victims of the floods in Acre. Disclosure