Thousands of Venezuelans Left Homeless by Torrential Rains and Mudslides

LOS ANGELES, CA (December 4, 2010) – Milka Duno is very concerned about her fellow Venezuelans and the suffering of thousands who have been left homeless by the torrential rains, floods and mudslides throughout Venezuela and grieves for the families and friends of those who have died as a result of this weather disaster.

Not immediately able to return to her home country due to a previous and longstanding commitment Milka will return to Venezuela as soon as possible – in a few days time. In the meantime, through a brother, Jorge, that lives in Caracas, Milka arranged to have a truck-load of medical supplies, cribs, etc. immediately delivered to a community in one of the hardest-hit areas of the country.

“I know that many good people are helping as fast as they can, especially President Chavez and the members of his government, and as soon as I am able to return I will do all that I can to help,” said Milka from Miami. “Many people are suffering from a total loss of their homes due to the flooding and landslides that have occurred along the coast, near rivers and streams and on the mountainsides. These people, and thousands of others, need our help and support and I will continue to do what I can from here and will return to help as soon as possible.”


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