Important guests from Somaliland

Updated: Nov 12, 2018

Last Tuesday on the 6th of November, Brother Ali Muhammad Waran Ade, the senior advisor to President Muse Bihi of Somaliland visited Australia Light Foundation during his stay in Australia. Mr. Waran Ade and his people came to offer their thanks and appreciation at the projects that we have been contributing and supporting for their people.

“The people of Somaliland are grateful to you,” said Mr. Waran Ade and his delegation when he was detailing the event developments in his country. The Turks from the Ottoman Empire to the present day hold strong connections with the Somali people and always keep a close presence between each other. Brother Waran Ade expresses on behalf of his people their hope that the Australia Light Foundation will continue their humanitarian projects for the people of Somaliland.

Australia Light Foundation has informed Mr. Waran Ade about their upcoming ‘Chicken Incubator’ project where each family in Somaliland will be distributed 10 chickens and 1 rooster as part of implementing a supportable livelihood. They will be continuing many of their other projects that they are still currently progressing with such as; implementing water filters, Qurban appeals, aid containers, eye restoration surgery and more.

They welcomed Brother Waran Ade and his people with open arms to the community and had a heart-warming dialogue among themselves. They went out for dinner together at the end of the day to wrap up the visit. It was a momentous and celebratory day for the Australia Light Foundation community.

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