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Adventist Group Still Helping Dorian Victims

A church-based group is helping to meet some basic human needs, years after Hurricane Dorian, making a difference every day.

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NASSAU, BAHAMAS – A church-based group is helping to meet some basic human needs, years after Hurricane Dorian.

Jerome Sawyer tells us more.

 



When a catastrophe the size of Hurricane Dorian sets down, even prioritizing the relief is a challenge.

Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) exists in 130 countries but in 2019, The Bahamas office became the focus for relief.

With so much destruction and need after the hurricane, where were they to begin?

With more than 7,000 school bags, 1,000 tablets and internet access, to be specific.

But as ADRA’s Country Manager Dr. Henry Moncur points out, the kids couldn’t be taught without teachers, who were also homeless.

Since fall 2021, 10 structures have been built and 15 more are on the way.

Visit ADRA.bs to find out how you can help.

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