Disaster response Venezuela

Venezuela Floods

2002
Published on Jul 24, 2002 12:00 AM  -  Updated on Jul 09, 2019 03:00 PM
On 21st July 2002, an affluent of the river Apure that flows through the southern Venezuelan region of the same name burst its banks and flooded the entire town of Guasdualito and the surrounding area. The equivalent of a whole year’s worth of rain had poured down in just a few days. The Venezuelan government declares a state of emergency in the state of Apure: TSF supports national response mechanism.

Context: Floods
Start date: 24/07/2002
End date: 02/08/2002
Areas of intervention: Apure State

  • City of Guasdualito
  • City of Palmarito

Activities:

  • Humanitarian calling operations
  • Support to coordination
  • Support to medical sector

800 family beneficiaries

Funding