TRO provides relief supply to Sinhala victims in Trincomalee

[TamilNet, Sunday, 02 January 2005, 02:21 GMT]
Tamil Rehabilitation Organization (TRO) provided relief to victims in two Sinhala settlements in Trincomalee town, which were badly hit by last week Tsunami. 23 families numbering 95 members in one settlement, Koriyawatte located close to Trincomalee bus stand and to 75 families numbering 328 members in another area. Division No 10 were provided with rice, sugar, flour, dhal and tea, TRO sources said.

TRO relief in Trinco
TRO’s Projects director Mr.Jehas doing relif work in Kotiyawatta village
TRO relief in Trinco
Mr.N.Chaminda, Komarankadawala Divisional Secretary receiving relief items from TRO Planning Director Mr. Lawrence Christy.
TRO relief in Trinco
Displaced people in camps in Kuchaveli
TRO Project Director Mr.Jeha handed over the relief materials to Sinhala Tsunami victims.

193 Muslim families who are located in shelters in the villages of Vellaimanal and Palaiyootru were also provided with relief materials by the TRO. 209 families who sought refuge in camps at Trincomalee St.Mary's College, Valaiottru and Manaiyaweli were provided with relief items.

About 150 volunteers of TRO are working round the clock in providing relief to Tsunami victims sheltered in schools and camps at Kuchchaveli, Puddaivaikattu, Anpuvallipuram, Chelvanayakapuram, Eachchilampathu, Verugal and Government Technical College, sources said.

 

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