In February, I have written about the grave situation that they face. (You can read this by clicking here.) Here are some facts to understand the situation:
I got the letter below from Mali Relief that is trying to help the suffering people:
"Dear Brothers & Sisters,
Idriss was a doctor in the hospital of Gadzi, located in the region of Ombella-Mpoko. He left Gadzi recently, his native town, a small city of Central African Republic, against his will, as he has been threatened to be killed.
Why? Simply, because he was a Muslim, like 350,000 Central African refugees in Chad.
He left everything behind and fled to Chad with his family for safety.
Now, he and his family, along with 800,000 internally displaced regugees, are facing hunger and malnuitrition of staggering magnitude, as reported by the World Food Program.
Moreover, Idriss's wife has gotten ill, like many others, due to heavy rain season, favorable to mosquitoes, which cause an epidemic of Malaria in the region.
Three members of Mali Relief Team, including a journalist and an Imam, will be leaving the US this Saturday for Cameroon, Chad, and Central Africa Republic to alleviate the suffering of refugees with humanitarian supplies.
Please, pray for the voiceless Muslims of Central African Republic!
Please, Donate Now to support Mali Relief so we can deliver urgent care supplies to the refugess in a timely fashion."
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Why Care for Mali?
Mali Relief is dedicated to easing the humanitarian crisis in Mali and West Africa. In addition to in-kind donations, such as clothes and other supplies, Mali Relief, is collecting funds for food, health, shelter and educational aid for Mali refugees.
Address: 8950 S STONY ISLAND AVE, Chicago, IL 60617 USACall: 773-961-6611
Email: info@MaliRelief.orgVisit: www.MaliRelief.org