Turkish experts and journalists will travel to famine-stricken Somalia on Monday to find permanent solutions to the country's problems.
A delegation comprised of 170 people including experts of several Turkish institutions and journalists would fly to Mogadishu, Somalia on Monday with initiatives of the Turkish International Cooperation and Development Agency (TIKA), an agency statement said.
The delegation will not only join efforts to fight hunger and poverty in Somalia, but also help find permanent solutions to the country's problems.
The institutions that will send experts to Somalia are Environment & Urbanization Ministry; Foreign Ministry; Food, Agriculture & Animal Breeding Ministry; Forestry & Water Works Ministry; Transportation Ministry; Health Ministry, Directorate of Religious Affairs; Disaster & Emergency Situation Management; Housing Development Administration of Turkey (TOKI); and Turkish Red Crescent.
Turkey's aid to Somalia will be categorized as agriculture and animal breeding, health, food, urbanization, dwelling and accommodation, transportation, potable water and emergency food assistance.
Projects to be prepared by experts will be coordinated by TIKA.
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