Thursday January 4, 2018
The initiative by Islamic Relief Malaysia (IRM) to build wells in Somalia is not only aimed at supplying water to the locals but also for farming and development in the strife-torn country.
So far IRM has dug more that 40 wells which has helped development in several areas including Somaliland, Puntland and parts of southern Somalia.
Its chief executive Zairulshahfuddin Zainal Abidin said they would next be building two more wells in the Shabelle province at a cost of RM1.5 million.
Although they had achieved the collection target, the public could still donate for the cause until the end of this month, he told Bernama after appearing as a guest on the Nine11 programme produced by Bernama News Channel today.
“The wells we are building benefits Somalis as a source of water for daily use, farming, for schools and health facilities,” he said….