In response to Beco’s announcement of a donation of $50k to victims of Zoobe, BECO delivered aid to the victims. BECO sent a team of volunteers to the hospitals to help with the relief effort. The volunteers distributed the aid to the victims and their families.
The aid provided by BECO was much-needed and greatly appreciated by the victims. The company’s generosity helped to ease the suffering of the victims and their families, and it showed that the Somali people are united in their support for each other during difficult times.
BECO Visits Hospitals to Deliver Aid
A team of volunteers from BECO Company visited several hospitals in Mogadishu to deliver aid to the victims. The team visited the following hospitals:
- Madina Hospital
- Somali Sudanese Hospital
- Aden Adde Hospital
- Digfer Hospital
- Shaafi Hospital
- Kalkaal Hospital
At each hospital, the team distributed cash to the victims and their families.
The victims of the Zoobe explosion were grateful for the aid provided by BECO Company. One victim, who was being treated at Madina Hospital, said, “I am so grateful to BECO Company for their generosity. This aid will help me and my family to get through this difficult time.”
Another victim, who was being treated at Kalkaal Hospital, said, “BECO support means a lot to me and my family. It shows that the Somali people are united in their support for each other during difficult times.”
BECO Company’s Commitment to Social Responsibility
BECO Company is committed to social responsibility and helping the Somali community. The company has a long history of supporting charitable causes, and it is a leading donor to the Somali humanitarian organizations.
In addition to its charitable work, BECO is also a major employer in Somalia. The company employs over 1,000 people, and it provides jobs and training to many Somalis.
BECO Company’s commitment to social responsibility is evident in its response to the Zoobe explosion. The company’s quick and generous response to the tragedy helped to ease the suffering of the victims and their families.