16 January 2023

Qatar Charity Delivers Food Aid to IDPs in Somalia

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  • QATAR

Doha, January 16 (QNA) - Qatar Charity (QC) distributed 1,500 food packages to internally displaced persons (IDPs) in various camps in Daynile and Garasbale on the outskirts of Mogadishu, Somalia, from which 10,872 people benefited.

The aid is part of the continued assistance provided under the 'Somalia Hunger Appeal' campaign launched by Qatar Charity to alleviate the suffering of those affected by drought in the country.

In this regard, Deputy Director of the Daynile district Mohamed Abukar Ali praised the role and keenness of Qatar Charity to reach the most affected and needy areas, at a time when 7.7 million Somali people need humanitarian aid, indicating their readiness to facilitate logistical support to deliver humanitarian aid to the needy.

In November 2022, Qatar Charity distributed nearly 5,000 food packages to the IDPs and those affected by the floods in Mogadishu, Baidoa, Gedo, and Lower Juba, benefiting 1,200 families (approximately 7,200 persons).

(QNA)



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