Sunday, July 31, 2011

Donations for Somalia

Several young men in Salalah, with the blessings of Oman Charitable Organization are collecting donations in Salalah today to support victims of the current famine in Somalia. They are accepting blankets, sheets, neat folded (clean) clothes, tinned long life food (example: baby milk) and money. In the spirit of Ramadhan, donate what you can and encourage others to do the same.
.According to the UN, more than six out of every 10,000 people are dying of hunger every day in some parts of the Bakool and Lower Shabelle regions of Somalia. While there have been numerous disasters in the Horn of Africa over the past decade, it is the first time a famine has been declared in the region since 1992, when hundreds of thousands of Somalis starved to death, prompting an international peacekeeping intervention. Nearly half the population requires food aid.

DONATIONS: will be accepted next to Aqeel Mosque in East Salalah starting today, July 31. Drive down Al Montazah Road going towards Dahariz. Once you reach the first batch of coconut stands in East Salalah, turn left and you'll see the mosque.


  1. Hello! You have an interesting website. It is nice to visit here.

  2. how do i donate in muscat? pls email me at if possible...

  3. ha !!! utter crap... somalia "????

    even though they are starving they still continue to rape young girls in their country... I d rather give hell to them not peace...

    Ah - The pervs have some good news lined up as well...Obama has a bloody policy to import 1000s of somalian filth into american soil by the end of this year... not only will they be able to rape muslim girls but also the our christian, jew and hindu girls !!

    Dont bother wasting your time... take your friends out for some good food ... help your own family and friends out if they need something... nothing's rewarding than all this....

  4. Hey Nadia - did you vet the comment above. Whoever wrote this, I feel really sad for you. I'm not even going to reply to the stupidity above except to say that no human deserves to suffer what the Somalian people gave been going through for years now