Tarps and tents

RHFH has been blessed these past few weeks with over 100 tarps and many tents.  These are pictures from the village here in Cazale.  Many people are still sleeping outside and are afraid to sleep in their house.

Some houses, like the one below, have wood poles and tin roofs still standing.  All the walls between the poles have fallen down.  If they do not have tarps they are hanging up bed sheets to try and protect themselves and their kids.

This family has put up old tin and used a tarp to make a shelter for the family.  There are about 14 people leaving here.  Many families are coming together to find shelter.

A family of 12 is living under this tarp shelter.


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