The donation follows the NGO’s ‘project of assistance’ to Cameroon refugees in the Samakale, Kalambari, and Ngama Sara in N’Djamena, the Cameroon capital.
The assistance which was handed over to the Cameroon refugees consisted of two equipped tents, a delivery bed, solar lamps, 12 bags of beans, four jerrycans of oil, 10 bags of salt, 1,000 face masks, one carton of gel, and 200 dresses for vulnerable children in the Kalambari site.
The official handing over of the donations was witnessed by local administrative authorities, United Nations agencies, as well as national and international organisations.
Mana Malgeteng, the head of Sahkal, underlined that the situation faced by the Cameroonian refugees demands that they be given such assistance.
“We have noticed that the women give birth on bare ground so it was necessary to give them some things to make childbirth simple and easy,” the Sahkal official said.
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