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Barnabas Aid

"The waters have risen again, causing a lot more damage, a lot of harm and taking what was left in many places," said Daniel, a church leader in Rio Grande do Sul in southern Brazil, when he spoke to Barnabas Aid on Wednesday.
As the water levels started to return to normal after the recent record-breaking floods, there was some reprieve, allowing people to return to their property to assess the damage and salvage what was left. But this respite didn't last long.
More rains hit the region last week, nearly matching the record levels experienced a few short weeks ago. The Taquari River rose to nearly 28 metres above normal.
R100 - 12 bootles of water R125 - Hygiene pack for one person R 750 - Food parcel for a month (4 people)