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Masada and Visionscape Deploy Disaster Relief Efforts To Sierra Leone

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Masada and Visionscape Deploy Disaster Relief Efforts To Sierra Leone


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Within the first 48 hours of the disaster, the Masada and Visionscape team diverted resources and were on the ground visiting victims of the majorly affected communities to show support and deliver much needed supplies. The partners distributed food, hygiene products, tents for shelter, bedding, bottles of drinking water and other items to help aid the displaced flood victims as they cope with this tragic loss.

The items were presented to the Office of National Security on behalf of the affected communities, witnessed by other stakeholders working together to ensure that victims are taken care of.

About Visionscape Sanitation Solutions: Visionscape is a global environmental utility group providing turnkey solutions in areas of sanitation, energy and wastewater treatment. The company aims to reinvent waste management processes, specific to emerging market, utilizing a highly-experienced team, cutting-edge technology and tools to address the waste management needs of megacities. Visionscape also offer services for commercial, residential, industrial, and healthcare clients.For more, please visit www.Visionscape.group

Masada Waste Management Company, SL LTD is a fully-fledged waste management service provider in Freetown with a 20 years waste management concession from the Government of Sierra Leone and the Freetown City Council for waste management services (Waste Collection and Conversion) in Freetown; and is the main implementing partner of Operation Clean Freetown. The company is the largest waste management company in Sierra Leone with over 200 employees and 100% locally owned.

The donated items include: 400 bundles of water, 100 matresses, 10 gallons of oil, 10 cartoons of toothpastes, 10 boxes of bathing soap, 10 cartoon of toothbrush, 100 bags of rice and 200 T-shirts.

The relief items were received by the Assistant Director in charge of Response attached to Disaster Management in the Office of National Security Senneh Mansaray. Mr Mansaray thanked Masada and Visionscape for their gesture. He said they now know Masada goes beyond.

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