Emergency relief supplies to the Bahamas damaged by a large hurricane Government September 5, 17:10
To the Bahamas, where large hurricanes have passed and severe damage has occurred, the government has decided to send emergency relief supplies worth 16 million yen, such as tents and blankets.
In the Atlantic Bahamas, where a large hurricane passed, 20 people have been killed and a large area of the town has been flooded.
Therefore, in response to the request of the Bahamas government, the government has decided to temporarily send emergency relief supplies worth 16 million yen, such as tents, blankets, and tanks that store water, through JICA = Japan International Cooperation Agency.
Emergency aid supplies are scheduled to be transported by air from Japan's stockpiling warehouses in Miami, Florida, USA, and Dubai, UAE, Dubai, United Arab Emirates.