2008-10-22Returned IDPs Sheltered in Cattle Sheds Need Assistance
The head of the family of Giguashvilis is standing before their ruined and burnt house in the village of Tkviavi in Gori district. He is looking at the charred walls that remain as a remnant of what was their home. His wife, daughter-in-law and child are all waiting for us in the cattleshed that was recently cleaned up to set up housekeeping. A homemade electric space heater keeps the former cattle shed warn. It cost but only seven GEL. The homemaker is baking “Mchadi”. A boy of seven is sitting on the sofa-the only furniture that survived from the former home. “We will freeze out this winter,” said Natia Giguashvili in a whisper. There is a stack of firewood in the yard that was delivered by non-governmental organization; it is only enough for three weeks.
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