Kilis Bizim Dergi
Benim Hikayem

INTERNATIONAL BLUE CRESCENT RESPONDS TO THE NEEDS OF MALI IDPS IN KONNA


International Blue Crescent launched a campaign to respond to the needs of Mali IDP s fled from the civil war in Konna.

The project aims to respond the food,medical and education needs of around 2000 families living in primitive conditions in Konna

As a first step International Blue Crescent’s  purchased (176) bags of 50 Kilo Rice, (180) of 5 little Rubbers of Vegetable Oil and (20) Bags of 50 Kg Sugar and distributed the relief materials to the target beneficiaries in Konna Displaced communities in the Sothern province of Mali that identified by the local partner IIYL..

The distribution was carried out in Konna displaced communities in the Southern province of Mali started on the 13th  September ended on the 18thSeptember 2013

Two hundred (200) Families heads were benefited from the relief support from the International Blue Crescent Relief and Development Foundation of Turkey each family head with number of ten persons, therefore the total beneficiaries of the relief projects is two thousand (2,000) persons.

Before the distribution commences. The senior staff of IBC and the distribution teams made a brief visit to some towns and villages we found out from our discussion with the displaced communities that most infrastructure including hospital, Schools structure not in good condition.

During the visit to Konna displaced communities in the Southern province of Mali we find out  that  all  the  communities  are  overcrowded  and  the  facilities  provided  by  UN Agencies and other humanitarian agencies are not enough. As a result there is serious outbreak of diseases within these communities there is therefore a need for an urgent humanitarian assistance in the form of food, medication, shelter water wells and educational facilities in other to alleviate the suffering of displaced in this camps.



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