1. Somali Aid
As part of its Outreach & Engagement
programme, TEAS helped to raise
substantial funds for African
Development Trust (ADT) to provide
rice, cooking oil, flour, clean water and
medical supplies for victims of the
Somali famine. ADT is a British
organization that distributes food and
medical supplies, and constructs water
treatment plants in Africa. The funds
raised by TEAS assisted over 82,000
TEAS helped to raise funds for the ADT Food Distribution
Project. The project provided rice, flour and cooking oil to
1,500 Somali refugees
Victims of the Somali famine gathering at the food
ADT Free Medical Teams Project
TEAS helped to raise funds for the
ADT Free Medical Teams Project,
which provided medical drug
items for the Free Mobile Clinic.
These include: antibiotics;
analgesics/antipyretics; anticough and histaminics; antiparasitics; anti-diarrhoeals; antigastrics; vitamins; minerals;
dermatological drugs; antiemetics; and anti-malarials.
That is the small example. Azerbaijan helped
Afghanistan, Pakistan and other countries that
needed help recently as well as humanitarian
countries such as Turkey.
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