Between November 2013 and February 2014, the French Red Cross deployed 20 humanitarian aid workers in the field to support local teams. Initially, aid involved basic needs, such as access to medical treatment and to staples like food and water and emergency shelter. Reconstruction of the village began in May 2014, in cooperation with nonprofit organization Habitat for Humanity.
The project involved rebuilding 128 homes that would be more able to withstand natural disasters and with access to potable water and sewage systems. It also included providing community infrastructure, such as roads, water treatment facilities and access to electricity. The families gathered for the inauguration to celebrate the successful endeavor. More than 750 people now have homes in this new district nestled between the sea and the hills, thanks to the solidarity demonstrated.