International disaster team member Major Raelton Gibbs says that the focus is on immediate response, but longer-term plans are being put in place to meet the specific needs of survivors as they return to their communities and what’s left of their homes.
As it often does in emergency responses, The Salvation Army will pay particular attention to communities that have been missed by the government and other agencies.
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