Australian SRT Member Talks About Delivering Aid in Flood-hit Russia

From left to right: Eva Doerr (DE), Elvira, Stas, Andrew Clouting (AU), standing infront of Elvira and her son's new temporary home in flood-hit Nizhnebakanskaya, Russia, July 2012.

From left to right: Eva Doerr (DE), Elvira, Stas, Andrew Clouting (AU), standing infront of Elvira and her son’s new temporary home in flood-hit Nizhnebakanskaya, Russia, July 2012.

 

A ShelterBox Response Team (SRT) has been distributing essential lifesaving aid to families in need living in flood-hit southern Russia. 

Lisanova is an 84-year old woman who did not want to leave her damaged home. She is so happy that she has been given a ShelterBox as it means she can live on her land as her house is rebuilt.

Lisanova with her ShelterBox on her land, Russia, July 2012.

Lisanova with her ShelterBox on her land, Russia, July 2012.

‘It was amazing speaking to Lisanova,’ said SRT member Andrew Clouting (AU). ‘She couldn’t believe it when she found out I had come all the way from Australia and Eva from Germany to help the people in Russia. I am proud to be part of ShelterBox who truly makes a difference to displaced families’ lives.’

Read the full story here: RUSSIA

 

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