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Hormuud Foundation provided the much needed food, fuel and other supplies

Hormuud Foundation provided the much needed food, fuel and other supplies to Mogadishu public hospitals. The Foundation also distributed Cash hand outs for patients in these hopsitals.
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Hormuud Foundation has distributed Medical Packages to Hawa Abdi Maternity and Children Hospital.

Hormuud Foundation has distributed Medical Packages to Hawa Abdi Maternity and Children Hospital.
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Hormuud Foundation has distributed Medical Packages

Hormuud Foundation has distributed Medical Packages to the renown Maternity and Children Hospital SOS.
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Hormuud Foundation has launched the biggest kitchen in KM 13 area

In response to the severe droughts that displaced nearly 800,000 people in Somalia, Hormuud Foundation has launched the biggest kitchen in KM 13 area that services warm meals for hundreds of drought refuges in the past three months.
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Hormuud foundation donates 4000 litres of petrol to Madina Hospital

In reply to an early request from Madina hospital, Hormuud foundation, the social responsibility and development section of Hormuud telecommunication, has donated 4000 litres of petrol to the hospital. Madina Hospital which is one of the top leading hospitals in Mogadishu has played significant role in the society since the Somali public health system has been inactive for the past 20 years. “One of the day to day challenges Madina hospital faces is lack of power. The hospital operation is highly dependent on sufficient power, and without sufficient electricity the patient’s live is at risk” the hospitals administration told the media.
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Hormuud foundation distributes wheelbarrows to forty manual laborers in Mogadishu

Hormuud Foundation, the social responsibility section of Hormuud Telecom, has distributed forty wheelbarrows to some of the impoverished laborers in Mogadishu Somalia. The distribution came after the foundation has carefully analyzed the needs of the manual laborers who depend on their physical strength as a means for living. The aim of the distribution is create jobs for the manual laborers who neither can buy wheelbarrows of their own nor can afford to use leased wheelbarrows.
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