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2100 received humanitarian aid today (Thursday February 17) at the premises of the Corporation of Professional Integrated Community Development (Corprodinco) the victims of the rainy season in the last quarter of 2010 and January 2011. Delivery is made by the Mayor, María Eugenia Rodríguez Riascos Corprodinco through the operator so that the local president reaffirmed the humanitarian commitment of President Juan Manuel Santos, First Lady Maria Clemencia Rodríguez de Santos and the city of Cucuta. Riascos Rodriguez said his commitment still stands and the Municipal Administration will continue to meet families affected by the phenomenon of the girl that hit the city in recent days. 1,050 families of the 3,100 who were in the foster home received one the second humanitarian aid by 1050 made the same amount in markets and grooming items. Rice, sugar, salt, oil, beans, lentils, coffee, tuna, pasta, powdered milk, flour, brown sugar, chocolate, correspond to the market. As for toiletries, items were given toilet paper, shampoo, dish towels, diapers, shampoo, deodorant, toothbrush, soap and bath wash clothes, toothpaste, sanitary napkins, among others, were the items that received affected and which will serve to solve the crisis facing families affected. Suescum Maria Irma Pérez, stricken with emotion expressed gratitude to Mayor Riascos Maria Eugenia Rodriguez, President Juan Manuel Santos and First Lady for their support and help you have given to the vulnerable population. "I'm excited and proud that the Mayor stop plugging holes and give us food we need, this is a gesture that only has our mayor. " "We will continue providing support and since we are already working in the process of housing construction program with the support of Colombia Humanitarian and First Lady's Office, Maria Clemencia Rodríguez Santos," said the Mayor. The local leader said that waiting six months to deliver the first houses to families who were relocated receiving rent allowance granted by the Municipal Administration with input from the Presidency of the Republic. The 3,100 affected receive timely humanitarian aid, on Tuesday (15 February) and Wednesday (16 February) gave the first 350 checks leases on Sunday (13 February) was the first delivery of humanitarian aid to more 600 families and Friday February 18 will be handed massive subsidies leases with ratifying the social commitment of the local governor to disadvantaged communities. You agree that 5 months of his term, Mayor of Cucuta with money Riascos Maria Eugenia is the municipality purchased a van for $ 160 million. . . .