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World Vision assists refugees from Bassikounou camp in partnership with UNHCR
After heavy rains and floods in the region of Hodh Ech Chargui in mid September 2018.Residents and refugee populations of Bassikounou and Mbera camp have suffered unprecedented human and material losses.World Vision has implemented a program to assist refugees in Malian refugees in support of UNHCRDrinking water purifier sachets, feminine hygiene kits, soaps, basins, mosquito nets, jerricans, mats, have been distributed to support refugees in a hurry and allow them to have access to safe drinking water and access to hygiene with dignity.Follow us on www.facebook.org/Mauritania And on www.wvi.o
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