Kimse Yok Mu Foundation (KYM), which has a well record of aid efforts for needy Mongolians, remembered the orphan as well. The foundation gave away donations at the orphanage in the capital Ulan Bator. 97 children in total received their aid packages from the KYM volunteers in Mongolia. Among the orphan, rejoiced at the gifts, a girl recited a poem in honor of KYM.
The orphanage director Ganbayar Purvee said, “We are so happy to have the KYM volunteers visiting us and assisting our children here today.” The foundation has been actively assisting the orphan in the country for eight years now, the officials noted.
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In cooperation with Somalia’s Ministry of Social Welfare and hosted by Hodan municipality, the initiative will continue throughout the year. The target is 50 thousand needy by the end of the year. Security forces on the scene will coordinate recipient families during the distribution.
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The humanitarian relief organization Kimse Yok Mu Foundation extended a helping hand to the needy in the Central American country Jamaica. The donations arrived in the country located in the Caribbean Sea after a long flight from Turkey.
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