Potable Water Urgently Needed

Agua Potable para Damnificados
Salvadorans and a volunteer from Spain unload water in Ilopango.

Comandos de Salvamento and civilians unload water in Joya Grande, a small village in the Ilopango area of San Salvador. Villages around Ilopango were flooded by excess rainfall that happened the same weekend as Hurricane Ida. In small villages such as Joya Grande, potable water is scare since wells and rivers have become contaminated. The Salvadoran Air Force, Comandos de Salvamento, and other Humanitarian NGO’s are bringing help to those in need, and the number one priority now is clean water. feel free to donate via paypal to continue supporting our operations. Your name will appear on the right with amount donated.

Photos: Francisco Campos

Norwegian Peoples Aid in El Salvador

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A delegation from Norwegian Peoples Aid recently visited the main base of CDS  this last November 12th and included president Finn Erik Thoresen and International Director of NPA Orrvar Dalby. NPA is a sister organization of CDS. The food and donations that the Comandos are bringing to those affected from the recent tropical storm are sponsored by NPA. Also included in the photo are Executive Director Roberto Cruz, Treasurer Solis Mendez, and President Wilmer Lobo. For more information on NPA, please visit their website.