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Attention! MSP will be sending out our Relief Team to the Northern and Western Divisions of Fiji, currently affected by flooding caused by a tropical depression. We will be providing Relief Aid in the following areas (not limited to):

·         Maternal and Child Health

·         Children – IMCI and Child Protection

·         WASH – stopping Vector and Water Borne Diseases

·         Hygiene and Sanitation

·         Sexual and Reproductive Health (referring to Minimum Initial Services Package – SPHERE guidelines)

·         Distribution of Dignity Kits to reproductive age groups

·         Distribution of WASH kits (if we can source them)

·         Counselling, psychosocial first aid reporting

·         General Medical/Emergency/Referrals

·         Protection – women and girls,

·         Food Security (vegetable seeds)

 

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URGENT! MSP is responding to assist families in the Northern and Western Divisions, currently affected by flooding caused by the Tropical Depression.

Donations are needed; clean Clothes, towels, toiletries, kids toys, kids clothes, diapers, blankets, soaps, toiletries, washing power etc. Kindly drop off at 355 Waimanu Road Suva

 

Cash donations to:

Bank of the South Pacific

Acct. Name:   Medical Services in the Pacific

Account No:   7752318

Address:   Dominion House, Suva Fiji

Swift:   BOSPFJFJ

BSP Number: 069 003

Phone:   (679) 132888

 

Westpac Fiji

Suva (Branch)

Acct. Name:   Medical Services in the Pacific

Address:   1 Thomson Street, Suva, Fiji

Account:   9803803981

BSB:   039001

Tel:   (679) 132 032

SWIFT:   WPACFJFX

 

Attention! MSP will be sending out Relief Team to the Northern and Western Divisions, currently affected by flooding caused by Cyclone Josie. Our team will arrive on Sunday, 8th April 2018. We will be providing Relief Aid in the following areas (not limited to):

·         Maternal and Child Health

·         Children – IMCI and Child Protection

·         WASH – stopping Vector and Water Borne Diseases

·         Hygiene and Sanitation

·         Sexual and Reproductive Health (referring to Minimum Initial Services Package – SPHERE guidelines)

·         Distribution of Dignity Kits to reproductive age groups

·         Distribution of WASH kits (if we can source them)

·         Counselling, psychosocial first aid reporting

·         General Medical/Emergency/Referrals

·         Protection – women and girls,

·         Food Security (vegetable seeds)

 

Help us spread the word! Like, follow and share our page as we will be providing more details in the coming days.

 

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Relief Response in Fiji.

TC Winston 2016 – MSP TC Winston Relief Response Report 2016

On 20th February, a Category 5 Tropical Cyclone devastated the Fiji Islands, causing massive destruction.  Over 350,000 people were reported to be affected with 44 people confirmed dead and 24,000 houses destroyed. Over 250,000 people were in need of clean water, sanitation and hygiene assistance and 60,000 school children were affected as schools were damaged or used as evacuation centers. Approximately 63 health facilities were severely or moderately damaged by the cyclone.

MSP emergency response staff were deployed with the Mobile Outreach Team immediately following TC Winston, with the first Outreach visit occurring on 29th February.

Achievements for MSP relief response outreach as at 29th Feb to 1st June 2016

 ·         5,206 clients directly reached in affected communities

·         19,835 services were delivered, distributed and performed

·         131 clinical clients attended to for Integrated Management of Childhood illness

·         41 clients attended to for Maternal Child Health Services

·         Awareness to over 852 clients for Safe motherhood and birth preparedness

·         319 clients provided family planning services

·         7,772 condoms distributed

·         309 Emergency Contraceptive Pills,  10 Depo (injection), 44 cycles Oral contraceptive pills distributed

·         216 clients provided Lifesaving support/injury treatment

·         152 individual counselling /Psychosocial support for trauma/stress

·         3146 clients part of group counselling /Psychosocial support for trauma/stress

·         7 Sexual Gender Based Violence survivors provided psychosocial counselling

·         23 Sexual Assault Response (SAR)/Sexual Offences Unit (SOU) clinical clients treated

·         92 clients provided legal counselling

·         8374 IEC were distributed

·         381 Dignity kits distributed

·         295 Sanitary Pads distributed

·         73 Wash kits distributed and 117 water purification tablets distributed

·         30 villages, 28 settlements and 15 schools reached in total with relief response in the Central, Western, Northern and the Eastern Divisions. MSP also conducted  1 Corporate outreach for psychosocial support

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Assessment team visiting damaged urban settlement areas

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