Turkish charities help Muslims in need in Sudan, Ethiopia

ANADOLU AGENCY
Posted on Daily Sabah
Published on September 25, 2015

Turkish humanitarian aid foundations distributed meat to thousands of Muslim families in Sudan and Ethiopia on Friday, the second day of the holy festival Eid al-Adha, also known as the “Feast of the Sacrifice”.

In Addis Ababa, Turkey’s Yardimeli relief association distributed meat to some 2,000 families in the city’s Varabi and Velkiti districts.

“We distributed humanitarian aid in these areas in Ramadan [in July and August], and now we’re doing it for the Eid al-Adha,” Recep G√∂kcan, a member of Yardimeli’s administrative staff, told Anadolu Agency.

He went on to note that aid distribution was also targeting other poor areas of the Ethiopian capital.

On the same day, Turkey’s Cansuyu relief association distributed meat to people in Darfur’s Al-Fashir area and in IDP — internally displaced person — camps in western Sudan near the border with Eritrea.

Musa Ahmet Kaya, the Cansuyu association’s representative responsible for the Al-Fashir area, told Anadolu Agency that it was “the first time for the area to see an Eid al-Adha sacrifice ceremony carried out by a relief body”.

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