Communities in Dhobley Benefitted From Support Offered By The Kenya Defence Forces

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The Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) serving under Africa Union Mission In Somalia (AMISOM) on 6 October 2017, offered various services to support Somali communities living in Dhobley, Lower Juba region.

The KDF troops in Sector 11, which is headquartered in Dhobley, organized a free medical camp for residents of Busaar location where they treated common ailments and performed minor surgeries. The troops have been holding medical camps, renovating schools, hospitals, places of worship and donating scholastic materials, in support of needy communities.

KDF contingent commander brigadier William Shume, the school’s administration and local leaders attended the handover ceremony of the scholastic materials.2