Kimse Yok Mu, Turkish schools extend help for flood victims in Afghanistan


Date posted: May 6, 2014

AFGHANISTAN

 

International Charity organization Kimse Yok Mu and Turkish schools operating in Afghanistan delivered aid for 750 families who have been living in tents in the aftermath of a sweeping flood.

Volunteers from Kimse Yok Mu and Turkish schools gave food boxes to the families. Afghan people expressed their gratitude for aid delivery.

Kimse Yok Mu officials stated that death toll increased to 148, 100 are still missing, 50,000, including 25,000 children, lost their homes following the flood.

Source: Cihan , May 5, 2014


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