Due to the passage of Hurricane Agatha, which made landfall on May 29, it devastated 38 communities in Oaxaca, leaving a total of 10 dead and 20 missing.
Faced with the heavy torrential rains caused by Hurricane Agatha, which hit the coast of Oaxaca on May 29 and stayed for three days, it left behind destruction in at least 38 communities in the state and a remainder of 10 people who lost their lives lost and 20 others remaining missing, the Tlaxcala Welfare Secretariat called for solidarity with the Tlaxcalans.
Carlos Luna Vázquez, delegate of Tlaxcala welfare programs, called on local government agencies, local public entities and the population in general to participate in the massive collection of goods and souvenirs to donate to those affected by the Oaxacan passage.
Reception of groceries and goods opens from today, June 15th, and is available until the 24th of the same month. You can attend from 9am to 3pm at the Office of the Secretary of Welfare for the State of Tlaxcala. After June 24, Luna Vázquez indicated that a military convoy would take the donations to Oaxaca.
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It can be supported with:
- Non-perishable foods: Water, canned tuna and sardines, sugar, salt, coffee, noodle soup, lentils, canned vegetables, oil, crackers, powdered and condensed milk, rice, beans, juices, chocolate and cereal.
- Medicines and remedies: Bandages, disinfectant solutions, gauze, latex gloves, painkillers and thermometers.
- Personal care products: ladies towels, toilet paper, diapers, toothbrushes and toothpaste, shampoo, deodorant and toilet soap.
- Cleaning supplies: Buckets, chlorine, laundry detergent and washcloths.
- Other useful products: mattresses, sheets, blankets, clothes and shoes in good condition.
Goods and consumables are received and stored in the auditorium of the Federal Secretariat of Welfare in Tlaxcala, on Miguel Guridi and Alcocer S/N streets; in the state capital.