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DMA EMBARKS ON VULNERABILITY ASSESSMENT 

Qacha’s Nek, April 29 — The Disaster Management Authority (DMA) has  launched a 12 days national annual livelihood vulnerability assessment which starts today.

In an interview with the Agency on Monday,  the district DMA Disaster Manager Mrs.’Mats’itso Motemekoane said the initiative aimed at providing timely analysis for emergency interventions as well as medium to long-term programming will be followed by market assessment.

This year she said they will visit new places namely; Sekhalabateng, Ramapane, Ha Lekunutu, Ha Chaka, Ha Mosuoe, Lebaleng, Likhohloaneng and Nts’upe.

Five of these places fall under the mountain livelihood zone while the remaining five fall under the Senqu River Valley.

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