The Civil Defense coordinates prevention visits in several municipalities of Magdalena

The Civil Defense coordinates prevention visits in several municipalities of Magdalena
The Civil Defense coordinates prevention visits in several municipalities of Magdalena

The Civil Defense of the department of Magdalena has intensified its preventive efforts to reduce the risks associated with the La Niña phenomenon in the region. Colonel Karlotz Omaña, director of the Civil Defense in Magdalena, has expressed his concern about the possible adverse effects of this climatic phenomenon.

Among the preventive measures highlighted, Colonel Omaña has highlighted the importance of cleaning canals in the different municipalities of the department. This strategy is considered essential to prevent flooding in areas that have historically been affected by heavy rainfall.

As part of the coordinated prevention efforts, the Civil Defense has maintained an active agenda of meetings and visits to several municipalities. These activities seek to coordinate joint actions with local authorities and provide guidance to communities on the impacts of the La Niña phenomenon and how to deal with emergencies if they arise.

In particular, it has been reported that this relief organization has carried out preventive visits in the municipalities of Fundación and Zona Bananera. Furthermore, in the coming days, the Civil Defense has scheduled meetings in the municipalities of El Banco, Guamal and San Sebastián, where meetings will be held with local authorities to coordinate preventive actions for the coming months, in which Rainfall is expected to intensify, thus generating possible flooding.

These measures are part of a comprehensive strategy to mitigate risks and protect the communities of Magdalena against the possible consequences of the La Niña phenomenon. Collaboration between Civil Defense and local authorities is essential to guarantee an effective response and reduce the impact of this climate phenomenon in the region.

 
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