Thursday, June 1, 2023

Jicamarca: Minsa denies that the community has run out of food

Minsa, through a document published on social networks, denied that the food donated to the people of Jicamarca had expired. This is a response to the visuals that are focused on digital platforms, where they accuse the organization of people with the said donation.

For this reason, Minsa will take legal actions against those who intend to harm the institutional image of this ministry and Labor, which is now headed by the Association of Ladies Volunteers and Friends of Minsa (ADAVAMINSA), for acceptance and delivery. of these gifts.

“The firm remains in its duty to continue to provide health services affected by mudslides and rains, so that the population has access to timely and quality medical care, as well as to fulfill the activities of the incense burner, to provide support to the regions, among other things,” reads the statement.

RELEASE | Regarding the appearances on social networks, which indicate that workers from the Ministry of Health have delivered food products to the population of Jicamarca, the following have been reported.

Finally, Minsa stated that his duty to continue the health services affected by the disturbances and rains. This is in order to access the population in a timely manner and quality medical care, as well as to complete the activities of thyme to prevent dengue fever, to provide assistance to the regions, among other activities.

A mudslide in Jicamarca caused more than a thousand victims

According to the Ombudsman, the mudslide in Jicamarca, which occurred more than a week ago, left about 500 houses affected and left more than 3,500 people homeless.

Likewise, the passage of the SNOW ACCIDENT left one person dead, being 63-year-old Eulogia Coronel, this was confirmed by the mayor of Huarochir province, Nick Aponte. On the other hand, two men who were involved in the Jicamarca huaico were able to save a two-year-old child who had been swept away by the current.

For this reason, the Municipality mentioned the damage caused by the phenomenon in order to provide solutions to the affected community. In this line, about 50 families in Jicamarca expressed their concern about the means, exposed to diseases such as dengue fever due to stagnant water that spreads through the streets.

Paso de huaico reported in the assembly

After heavy rains, a snowstorm left more than five hundred families homeless.

What remains of the huaico crossing in jicamarca

The passing of the huaico in Jicamarca has left more than a thousand feelings, including the person of the deceased.

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