Morocco Delivers Humanitarian Aid to Flood-stricken Burkina Faso
Two aircrafts, each carrying about 16 tons of foodstuffs, medicines, covers and other humanitarian aid, took off from Morocco to Burkina Faso Tuesday to help the flood-hit population in conformity with instructions of King Mohammed VI.
Three other Moroccan airplanes were expected to land in Ouagadougou airport on Wednesday, a Moroccan diplomatic source told le360.ma.
Morocco ships this aid in response to the call of Ouagadougou’s authorities to help the flood victims.
Since June, floods have taken the lives of dozens and caused the displacement of thousands who were given shelter in schools.