Kimse Yok Mu extends a helping hand to thousands of Guineans


Date posted: June 8, 2015

Kimse Yok Mu Foundation, joined by the local La Citadelle Turkish Schools provided assistance to thousands of Guineans.

The Guinean minister for social action, women and children Sanaba Kaba was also present in the aid distribution event.

The aid efforts were based in the capital Konakri and reached out to the Kankan city, 400 miles away. KYM volunteers went from door to door to hand the aid to the needy including orphanages, the disabled too.

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

Source: HizmetMovement.com , June 7, 015


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