Medical Shipment Leaves for Somalia
Improving medical care and services for the needy is a high priority for Life for Relief and Development.
Providing assistance to hospitals and clinics in poverty-stricken and war-torn countries is an important avenue for Life in its mission of delivering help and hope to the millions of people around the world who simply have neither.
In Somalia, where millions of innocent people suffer from hunger, poverty, and untreated illnesses, Life has worked over recent years to help hospitals and clinics stay open, despite constant shortages of almost every supply.
With the support of its partner, the Indiana-based charity Children of Abraham, Life was able to recently send off a large shipment of medicine and medical supplies to a new clinic that opened in the Somali town of Abudwak.
The clinic is already overwhelmed with patients who have nowhere else to turn for medical care. There is a great need for regular shipments of medicine and supplies in order to keep up with the demand for health services in a country that is mired in poverty, conflict, and rampant underdevelopment.
Life is committed to helping this, and other Somali healthcare centers in getting the supplies that they need in order save lives, that otherwise might be lost.
In fact, Life has launched a campaign to provide assistance to the needy across the Horn of Africa. To learn more about this campaign, or to donate to it, please CLICK HERE.