Ivory Coast authorities call on Kimse Yok Mu for more aid


Date posted: June 8, 2015

Authorities of Cocody ve Port-Bouët, two municipalities in Abidjan, Ivory Coast’s capital of business, hailed Kimse Yok Mu for its aid efforts.

Director for social aid at Cocody municipality, serving 447,000 people, Madam Kaiba expressed her thanks to KYM for its assistance during Eid al-Fitr, Ramadan and natural disasters including floods.

“We know that KYM did anything to assist us when we experienced a nationwide flood. It provided some 50 cattle to be distributed to 2,000 families during Eid al-Adha in 2013 and 2014. It also gave away staples including rice, cooking oil and pasta in our hard times.”

“We would like you to step up your assistance for the next years because there have been people missing the aid packages and they want for themselves too. If you can provide more, we will cheer up more people in need.”

“On behalf of our mayor Mathias Aka N’Gouan, I would like to thank you for your efforts in Cocody and our country. I hope your assistance and our partnership will grow in the future.”

Similary, Juste Abognon, official at Port-Bouët municipality in Abidjan, demanded for more assistance and said, “I am the assistant to secretary general at Port-Bouët municipality. I have been tasked to work in cooperation with Kimse Yok Mu Foundation. The foundation has been helping our people during Eid al-Adha for the past three years, benefiting hundreds of families. On behalf of our people, many applause and thanks for all these being done.”

Published [in Turkish] on Aktif Haber, May 6, 2015.

Source: HizmetMovement.com , June 6, 2015


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