NADMO Provides Relief to Flood Victims of Bono East Region

The National Disaster Management Organisation, (NADMO) led by the Director General, Hon. Eric Nana Agyemang Prempeh, took swift action in response to flood-affected victims in the Bono East Region. The region is part of areas impacted by significant flooding following the recent dam spillage, causing distress and hardships for the local population.

 In addressing the situation, NADMO initiated a relief effort by presenting essentials to the affected communities in the Bono East through the Regional Minister.


Items Distributed

The relief items distributed by NADMO were carefully chosen to address the immediate needs of those affected by the flooding. These items included a variety of food supplies to ensure access to nourishment, buckets for safe water storage, mosquito coils to prevent vector-borne diseases, clothing to help people replace their soaked and damaged clothes, and blankets to provide warmth and comfort during a difficult time.


Importance of Swift Relief

Hon. Eric Nana Agyemang Prempeh emphasized that while NADMO is committed to long-term efforts to restore the lives of those affected by the flooding, these immediate relief measures were essential to mitigate the dangers associated with the ongoing floods. Swift distribution of essential items helps alleviate suffering and provides affected communities with the support they urgently require. Therefore these interim measures represent NADMO's dedication to the welfare of the people and the region as a whole.


NADMO's efforts in the Bono East Region exemplify its mission to manage disasters, coordinate resources, and enhance community resilience.

The Director General and his delegation also paid a courtesy call on the Omanhene of the Yeji Traditional area who doubles As President of the Bono Regional House of Chiefs.

Also present at the event to receive the relief from NADMO were Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs), as well as Regional and District Directors and Staff of NADMO.