Sixteen months after Tropical Cyclone Gita devastated Tonga, Adventist schools and churches are “back to business” while many government-owned buildings still await repair.
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Eight months after Tropical Cyclone Gita devastated Tonga, life has mostly returned to normal for students at Adventist schools.
Tents have become makeshift classrooms for students at Adventist schools in Tonga while the schools await rebuilding work after Tropical Cyclone Gita struck in February.
ADRA has been working with the Tongan Government, church leaders and district pastors to assist extremely vulnerable cyclone victims.
Beulah College, Beulah Primary and Hilliard Memorial Adventist schools have all been extensively damaged.
As the clean up begins in Samoa, a state of emergency has been declared in Tonga.