KISMAYO (SD) -The Prime Minister of the Federal Government of Somalia, Hamza Abdi Barre, accompanied by the President of Jubaland State, Ahmed Mohamed Islam, visited the Luglow area, where they met with the people who had been affected by floods and the surrounding areas, including Yoontooy.
Prime Minister Hamsa Abdi Barre expressed concern about the dire situation facing the affected families, who have lost their homes, livestock, and agricultural land due to the floods. He called on the Somali people and humanitarian organizations to extend their support to alleviate the suffering of the affected communities and address the consequences of the disaster.
The Prime Minister also emphasized the urgent need for health interventions in the affected areas, as they lack clean water, and there is an increasing risk of waterborne diseases. He urged federal and international aid agencies to actively participate in providing assistance to our Somali brothers and sisters.
The Prime Minister was accompanied by ministers from the federal government, members of parliament, and officials from the Jubaland Regional State during the visit.
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