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Kuwaiti team ends humanitarian mission in Somaliland.

HARGEISA, Somalia, April 29 (KUNA) -- A Kuwaiti medical team on Saturday concluded a humanitarian mission in Hargeisa, capital of Somaliland, with a package of generous aid for hospitals and charities. The Shifaa (healing) medical team declared "sponsoring" and equipping a new building for children at the government hospital. The team has also given donations to a relief association, for programs aimed at protecting natives from epidemics and food parcels to more than 10,000 people in famine-stricken regions. Moreover, the team made a deal to equip an operations room at a hospital affiliated to the international charity, Al-Rahma. They have also checked 600 patients in the region of Somaliland, Somalia, and provided medical supplies for them. They also provided a local hospital with medicines and medical equipment for more than 300 children. Somaliland is a self-declared state internationally recognized as an autonomous region of Somalia (end) nma.rk

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Publication:Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)
Geographic Code:6SOMA
Date:Apr 29, 2017
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