“We have no problems with foods, fresh water and medical service” – REPORTING

“We have no problems with foods, fresh water and medical service” – <font color=red>REPORTING </font>
# 14 May 2010 07:32 (UTC +04:00)
Shirvan. Alibey Zeynalli – APA. The people evacuated from 12 villages threatened by floods in Kur River as a result of dam collapse were temporary settled in the tent camps in Shirvan and Sabirabad.

APA correspondent visited the tent camp on Thursday.

More than 1600 local residents were settled in 204 tents, nearly 400 people – in a secondary school and 120 people – in the vocational lyceum in Shirvan. The people are regularly provided with foods, sweets and fresh water. They have an opportunity to watch TV and to use inter-city phone connection installed by the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology.

There is 24-hor medical service in the tent cap. Doctors said they were checking up nearly 1000 people a day. Most of the patients suffer from heart pain, diabetes, stress and blood pressure. The pregnant women are under the permanent medical control. The women and children are regularly provided with the hygienic means.

The bureau of the Shirvan Hygienic and Epidemiology Center is disinfecting and disinfecting the area and controlling foods and water.

More than 700 children in the camp were provided with clothes.

Representatives of the ministries and other organizations are regularly visiting the tent camp. UNICEF representatives visited the camp on May 13 and took interest in the situation of the children there.

The settlers said they had no problems with foods, fresh water and medical service and they believed that their villages would be restored soon and they would return home.