Israeli umbrella NGO to send aid to South Sudan

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July 10, 2011 17:49

 
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IsraAid, an umbrella group of Israeli and Jewish humanitarian aid organizations, is preparing to send a consignment of humanitarian aid to the newly formed nation of South Sudan, the group said in a statement on Sunday. 

The IsraAid aid package will include food, clean water, medical supplies and other non-food items.

In addition, IsraAid teams have also begun to plan for a long-term aid project, aimed at providing assistance to vulnerable women and children living on the streets and in refugee camps around the capital city of Juba.

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