United Nations sending humanitarian help for children of Mongolia

Almaty. March 5. Kazakhstan Today - As the temperature in the Western Mongolia continues to fluctuate up to 40 degrees Celsius, the United Nations Organization (United Nations) has sent wool blankets, warm footwear, hygienic sets and other accessories to help to almost 4 thousand children of school age living in poor rural areas of the country, the agency reports citing the press release on the United Nations site.

"We have doubled our efforts to provide help to the schoolboys living in remote areas as they have no access to heating, food and medical services. Protection of children against illnesses and malnutrition will be the main actions done by us within the next weeks," the representative of the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF), Rana Flowers said.

The UNICEF joint group and the government of Mongolia will work together to make sure the humanitarian help is being delivered to the children living in a countryside in the west of Mongolia. This region has been suffered in this severe winter most of all.

Six columns of trucks with the humanitarian help will arrive in a few weeks to provide 22 settlements in six most suffered provinces - Huvsgul, Uvs, Zavhan, Gobi-Altai, Hovd and Bayan-Olgii.

The UN's humanitarian help to Mongolia will amount to $137 thousand.

Source:UN news source (www.un.org)


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