Kimse Yok Mu reaches out to orphans in Mongolia


Date posted: July 10, 2015

International charity organization Kimse Yok Mu extended helping hand to orphanages in Mongolia during the holy month of Ramadan.

Along with its Mongolian partner Khen ch baikhgui distributed food packages to several orphanages in the cities of Ulan Bator, Darhan and Erdenet. The volunteers from the organization also presented clothes and held fast-breaking (iftar) dinner for the children. Receiving the packages, children hugged KYM volunteers and expressed their gratitude.

Monoglian officials also thanked to the KYM and Khen ch baikhgui for their efforts and presented certificate of appreciation them.

 

Source: CIHAN , July 10, 2015


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