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WHIPSO gives over 2500 rice packages as charity

Mamos Media

By Sulayman Waan

WHIPSO, a charitable foundation that is rethinking humanitarian aid and dedicated to making a difference in the world, on Koriteh day gave out 2500 packages of 10kg rice to Sotokoto, Tipper Garage and Serekunda communities as part of their ‘Zakatul Fitr’ charity to needy families.

WHIPSO Foundation was founded in Germany in 2018 with the aim to benefit everyone, and reach everywhere regardless of ethnicity, gender, political beliefs, or religion. To achieve this goal, the foundation offers help to the suffering and needy all over the world.

In their quest to support vulnerable families within the country and beyond, Mr. Muhammed Nyan, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of WHIPSO Gambia told this medium that during the distribution of the noble gesture, underprivileged families and disabled persons also benefited from the humanitarian gesture. He added that the beneficiaries were highly grateful and offered prayers to the entire WHIPSO team.

“The routine of such humanitarian gestures continued to the vicinities of Westfield and Pipeline Central Mosque respectively. In these jurisdictions, a large crowd benefited. We were not able to complete the humanitarian gesture in a day due to the huge number of people that were found on the ground. Therefore the hospitable and kind exercise continued for the second and third rounds,” according to him.

Mr. Nyan reiterated that the Foundation is also committed to distributing another 625 rice packages of 10kg to families that deserve the support.

He continued that through their developmental projects, they want to offer long-term prospects to people with the creation of alternative sources of income and qualification measures by opening vocational schools, promoting economic independence, and enabling them to help themselves.

Fatou Jawara, a beneficiary thanked WHIPSO for their timely intervention while urging them to continue the support.

Amongst WHIPSO’s projects are capacity building trainings, investment in agriculture, environmental protection, medical and water supply.

SW/COB/11/05/22

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