The Words of the Cisse Family
(This is the translation from the 18/02/2012 at 11:57 by AFP, on the situation in Mali):
"The number of the refugees having fled the violence in Mali doubled the last ten days while the fights between the Malian Tuareg army and the army became intensified, indicated on Friday the UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) which intends to strengthen its help (assistant).
About 44.000 persons fled toward Mauritania, Niger, and Burkina Faso, while they were about 22.000 on February 7th, according UNHCR quoting figures of the authorities. To strengthen assistance to the persons who found refuge in makeshift shelters near the borders, indicates the communiqué.
The importance of the humanitarian aid:
"The humanitarian aid is all the more important" the agency of the UN warns, that "the region of Sahel faces a severe food crisis, due to the drought which persists for several years".
Mali is confronted since January 17th with rebels' attacks Tuareg against several villages and objectives of the army in its north part. The assaults are led by men of the National Movement of Liberation of Azawad (MNLA) and other rebel, among whom the men heavily armed brought in by Libya where they had fought for the regime of Muammar Gadhafi, today declined. "
French persons are being kidnapped and killed in the north. French Government set the situation for the French in Mali like this: "red" (run for safety), and "orange" (danger) in Bamako. We have about 100 blessed families around the country. Most of our 2ndG are young teen-agers, and mostly infants.
Many African Blessed Families choose to have very few children for the sake of being able to take care of them, even though True Mother, while visiting Cameroon once, encouraged our African brothers and sisters who live in Africa, to have many more of our BC. Please donate, to help our BC eat food I know their parents cannot afford to buy for them, especially in these present circumstances.
You can donate to me as I have experience with donations for Blessed Children in Mali, making sure that every cent was spent for the children.
Chambumonim Eok Mansei!