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- Same Tune, New Key: Al Shabaab Adapts in the Face of Increased Military Pressure
• Strong commitment from field leadership and operational actors on NWOW needs to be backed by unified direction from headquarters. There is a need for a clear roadmap from the UNDG and IASC to move forward systemically.
AFAD delivers four tons of medical supplies to Djibouti, which hosts thousands of refugees from Yemen.
Ankara, 26 May 2015 – The Disaster and Emergency Management Authority of Turkey (AFAD) continues its humanitarian relief efforts in Djibouti, where more than 150.000 displaced Yemenis are grappling with harsh living conditions. Later today, the agency will deliver four tons of medical supplies to refugee camps in the Obock area.
It has been observed that motivated reports have recently been published in some media outlets which could lead to misinterpretations regarding our country's aid to Somalia. In this regard, it has been deemed useful to share the following information with our public.
No: 22, 20 January 2014,
The third round of the talks aiming at developing political dialogue and relations between Somalia and Somaliland was hosted by Turkey between 16 and 19 January 2014 in Istanbul. A communiqué on agreed issues was adopted following the negotiations between delegations chaired by H.E. Mr. Abdikarim Hussein Guled, Minister of Interior of the Federal Government of Somalia and H.E. Mr. Mohamed Bihi Yonis, Minister of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation of the Government of Somaliland.
The TRCS which has been delivering relief to the people in needs regardless of race, religion, language, gender and nation for 145 years, has responded to the hundreds disasters, relieved hundreds and thousands people wounds in the year of 2012. While TRCS has been responding various earthquake, fire, flood, landslide and etc taking place in various region of Turkey In particular Van Earthquake Humanitarian Relief Operation, at the same time, TRCS initiated a lot of humanitarian relief operation in abroad in particular in Syria, in Somalia, Gaza and Myanmar.
With the coordination of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Health, TİKA, General Directorate of Security, Red Crescent, ASELSAN and Turkish Airlines, humanitarian aid supplies were sent to Somalia. 59 tonnes humanitarian aid supplies, valued at 2.888.889, 00 USD, were transferred from Ankara to Mogadishu by scheduled plane of Turkish Airlines on June 26, 2012.
The humanitarian aid involved food, clothing materials, medicine and medical supplies, drilling equipments, communication tool and equipments, 400 computers and 100 printers.
Under the Presidency of Deputy Prime Minister Mr. Bekir BOZDAĞ, a committee, including our Director – General Dr. Fuat OKTAY, the Head of International Turkish Cooperation and Development Agency (TIKA) Mr. Serdar ÇAM, the Director of Turkish Airlines Mr. Temel KOTİL and the representatives of several public organization and institutions with NGOs, went to Somalia in order to analyze the activities.
Within the scope of the humanitarian assistance for Somalia, 40 tonnes medicine, medical supplies, apparatus and equipments, which valued at 823.529,00 USD, were sent to Somalia with the coordination of our Presidency and as a result of joint studies among Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of health, International Turkish cooperation and Development Agency (TIKA) and the Directorate of Turkish Airlines.
REPUBLIC OF TURKEY PRIME MINISTRY DISASTER AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PRESIDENCY AFAD PRESS RELEASE
(NOVEMBER 29, 2011)
Sounding devices and their equipments transferred for Project of 30 drinking water well that will be digged in Somalia affected by drought and famine have been just arrived to Mogadishu Port.
On the framework of H.E. Prime Minister’s directions, sounding devices and their equipments transferred by our Presidency with coordination of TİKA and State Hydraulic Works (DSİ) have been received by the authorities of DSİ as of today.
Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco
November 16th, 2011
The Fourth Meeting of the Arab-Turkish Cooperation Forum at the level of the Ministers of Foreign Affairs was held in Rabat, the Kingdom of Morocco on November 16th, 2011 between the League of Arab States and the Republic of Turkey.
REPUBLIC OF TURKEY PRIME MINISTRY DISASTER AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT PRESIDENCY (AFAD)
AS FROM OCTOBER 26, 2011 – 16.00 PM, AMOUNT COLLECTED FROM CAMPAIGNS
IN COORDINATION OF OUR PRESIDENCY, HUMANTARIAN AID SUPPLIES, WHICH COST 37.9 MILLION DOLLARS AND NEARLY HAVE 22 THOUSAND TONNES WEIGHT, HAVE BEEN SENT TO SOMALIA WITH 11 AIRCRAFTS AND 8 CARGO BOATS.