New projects being materialized in Cameroon
The IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation is carrying on construction of a hospital, a kulliyyah, a school and two masjids in African country of Cameroon. The projects that will be materialized with dona
Africa, Cameroon 03.12.2008

The IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation is carrying on construction of a hospital, a kulliyyah, a school and two masjids in African country of Cameroon. The projects that will be materialized with donations from charitable people of Turkey will meet social needs of the Cameroonian people.

 

The construction of the facilities that started a year ago will be finalized within days. Funding is provided by the charitable people of Turkey.

 

In Douala city of Cameroon, a religious complex named Osman Gazi Mosque and Library will be built as three-storey on a 450-square-meter land. The new mosque, when completed, will provide Muslim inhabitants of the city with an additional shrine.

 

Şerefoğlu Kulliyyah and School that is being built on a 2,048-square-meter land in Douala will provide thousands of youngsters with educational facilities.

 

The IHH is also building a hospital named Islamic Union Hospital in Douala to provide city residents with modern medical services and root out certain common diseases in the country.

 

Foundation for two new masjids in the city of Gandara was laid and the construction of a new orphanage will begin soon.

 

 

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