Chimborazo Prefecture activated with Chunchi and Alausí in the middle of the emergency

The Chimborazo Prefecture collaborates with the institution’s machinery and delivers food rations in the Alausí and Chunchi cantons, to families affected by a natural phenomenon, caused by heavy rains (landslides), which occurred this Friday morning.

Thanks to the self-management of Juan Pablo Cruz, prefect of Chimborazo, it was possible to have the support of Corporación Favorita C.A. to provide non-perishable products; water, banana flour, rice, tuna and bottles of water, so that it can be delivered, through the members of the cantonal COE, to the affected people in these areas.

Alex Guilcapi, Risk Coordinator, in the company of Ronald Díaz, a collaborator of the Corporación Favorita C.A., delivered these products to keep all families fed. “All the support for the Chunchi and Alausí brothers, there is a valuable effort from the first provincial authority with the private company to get this support and help the people who suffered this mishap. As the Prefecture, we are activated to continue supporting our brothers who lost everything in this unfortunate emergency, ”Guilcapi said.

Wendy Ojeda, a Chunchi GAD official, highlighted the support that the Chimborazo Prefecture is providing in these difficult times for the inhabitants of this sector, “the entire canton is very grateful to you, you are supporting us in these moments where it really is the solidarity of Chimboracenses and Ecuadorians ”, he indicated.

For his part, Ronald Díaz, collaborator of Corporación Favorita C.A. He pointed out that “solidarity at this time is the most important thing, there is good will to support these people, together with the Prefecture we have activated to help people who have gone through this terrible situation. Coordination was made with Dr. Juan Pablo Cruz and the Corporation to send this small contribution ”.

The Chimborazo Prefecture continues to take action against this natural incident. At the moment, food kits have been delivered for the benefit of more than 500 people, articulated with the National Service of Risk and Emergency Management to mobilize basic necessities to the shelters of Chunchi and Alausí, the machinery of the institution was mobilized to carry out the earthworks in the affected sector, in conjunction with the members of the cantonal COE to define actions, within our competencies.