You may have been directed to this blog for news on what you can do to help with the Jeddah floods of 2011.
1. I am a student, and all the information, while checked many times over and sourced, is from my own research. This blog was started for my personal writings, so while this description will be the first post seen by those linked to the blog, I will resume my posts as well.
2. All information embedded in the blog about the rains (e.g. Twitter photos and updates below) are simply for your reference and, unless otherwise stated, have not been verified by me.
3. If you have additional information for the blog or questions, you can contact the independent consultant that worked with me to initiate and maintain information for the English-speaking community in Jeddah: Mrs. Hussain at email@example.com
There has been a constant and rapid surge of news about the rains since the very first rain of the season on December 29, 2010. I started this arc of updates to keep the English-speakers informed of the great efforts happening in Jeddah and what they can do.
You can look through the archives of the blog or use the following directory to help navigate.
10-FEB-2011 NOTE: There was a big change in the crisis relief system. It redirected relief efforts from Al Harithy Exhibition Center to a more distributed on-field system, click here for details about these organizations and the new system.
INFORMATION: Contact information | Updates online | The #JeddahHelp Daily*
* Take a quick look at this widget called "The #JeddahHelp Daily", a pseudo-newspaper you can subscribe to for daily issues.
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Amount of rainfall (read more):
|Affected Areas of Jeddah|
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