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We were at ocean beachside with Somalian orphans
We had a fabulous day with the orphan children staying at Somalia Anatolian Training Centre at the oceanic beachside of Al Jazeera.
Africa, Somalia 24.09.2013

Making an enormous effort in order to make Somalian orphans beneficial individuals to both the community and their own country, our foundation conducts a series of activities for the sake of entertaining the orphans.
Children, taken to the beachside first, enjoyed swimming to get rest after playing various games. Following the football match played by two teams, namely "Anadolu" and "Reşad", several presents are given to the winning team. Afterwards, the orphans ate their fill with the sacrificial offering.


“Anatolian Training Center”, the biggest orphanage of Somalia

Anatolian Training Center established in the capital city Mogadishu by IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation is the biggest orphanage of the country.

There exist a school building, an administrative sciences building, Quran course, a dormitory building, a gym, mosque, and a cafeteria in the center. The orphanage, built on an area of 10,000 m², has the capacity of housing 400 students.


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