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Although the Eruption of Mount Agung in Bali has dropped from the International News many Balinese people are still severely affected.

Currently there are 19 camps for evacuees from towns close to the Volcano that need to be supplied with food and bottled water.

These camps are in Tianyar Tengah (Karangasem), and in Tembok, Sambirenteng, Penuktukan, Les and Tejakula in Buleleng regency.

Disaster Aid Australia has agreed to help the East Bali Poverty Project with their vital humanitarian aid to refugees from the volcanic eruption.

Two of our Disaster Aid Response Team (DARTs) will be flying to Bali with Skyhydrants to provide safe drinking water to four of the camps. 

Removing the need to buy bottled water will allow money to be spent on other items of vital aid.

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