SAVE A LIFE IN MOGADISHU


IBC –International Blue Crescent has launched a huge campaign fort he assistance of famine victims in Somalia.The campaign is focused to the daily food provision for 4000 people in KM50 camp ,provision of nutritinets and medicine to 1200 severely malnutrished children under 5 years old in thje main hospital in Mogadishu and health centers in Afgooye corridor, provision of livestock to 1500 families mostly led by women in Afghooye corridor,establishment of water borehoıles,provision of potable water to 1000 families on daily basis in four camps  and dealing with psycosocial treatment of 500 children .

IBC Works through its partner Islamic Relief in Somalia and for some activities will cooperate with Maoruf foundation.

Coordination with Somali Interim goverment officials for safe and secure distribution of the relief is arranged and a national Office in Mogadishu is established.

Details of Somalia campaign you can find in our Appeal published in the web site



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