local relief

local relief

[′lō·kəl ri′lēf]
(geology)
The vertical difference in elevation between the highest and lowest points of a land surface within a specified horizontal distance or in a limited area. Also known as relative relief.
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The families and colleagues of the fishermen are closely following the search operations that are taking place in the presence of the governor and the presidents of the local relief commissions in Ghezala, Bizerte-South and Zarzouna.
Jensen's mother was the church's local Relief Society President,  and Jensen's father was a Stake High Council member.
Huntsman Corporation announced that Huntsman entities, including the company, Huntsman Family Foundation and the Huntsman family, have contributed over $10 million dollars to local relief efforts and Huntsman associates affected by Hurricane Harvey.
AIG will allocate USD500,000 to Houston-based nonprofits for immediate local relief efforts.
The Department will continue to coordinate closely with federal, state, local, and tribal partners to support the local relief and recovery efforts to Hurricane Harvey.
Hip-hop artist Drake, on the other hand, wrote on Instagram that he and his manager would be working with local relief groups.
Double that number is expected to eventually leave the areas around the town of Arsal, a local relief association said, with convoys expected to head back to Syria.
Operation Food Search (OFS), a local relief organization dedicated to ending childhood hunger and family food insecurity in the St.
For his part, Saleh Mehdi Yousuf, in charge of public relations at the local relief association, "Ronahe," indicated in remarks to KUNA that the relocated, settled at regions outside the camps, get much less aid as compared to the assistance that reach their compatriots inside the shantytowns.
Toyota is providing the following support for local relief efforts, and we will continue to do everything we can to provide assistance to the stricken areas.
The local relief and rescue headquarters announced 850 people in the area have so far received their services.
Kang's call on the Council comes as the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) today confirmed cases of severe malnutrition among children in Madaya, where emotionally distressed and mentally drained doctors are working around the clock to save lives with very limited resources and local relief workers have reported 32 people have starved to death in the past month.