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Good News for Chad on the Day of the Inauguration of the New President-Elect, General

Good News for Chad on the Day of the Inauguration of the New President-Elect, General Mahamat Idriss Deby Itno
Chad receives a donation worth six million dollars to aid 85,000 refugees, including many displaced women and children in Chad and Sudan. This donation comes at the perfect time, coinciding with the inauguration of the new president-elect, General Mahamat Idriss Deby Itno, marking a promising start to his term.
Indeed, on this blessed Thursday, May 23, 2024, the Church of Jesus Christ, represented by Mr. Dennis Lange Beltran, Government Relations Officer, and Ms. Cassadra Kendall, International Affairs, visited the Ambassador of Chad in Washington, D.C., H.E. Kitoko Gata Ngoulou, to announce the good news after months of lobbying. The ambassador was accompanied by his senior advisor, Anwar Sadat.
The total contribution of this philanthropic organization since 2014 amounts to over 360 million dollars across various sectors: education ($22.3 million), food ($40 million), health for people with disabilities ($53 million), emergency response ($111 million), etc. This six-million-dollars donation adds to ongoing efforts to improve the living conditions of vulnerable populations and strengthen the resilience of communities affected by conflicts and forced displacement.
In his inauguration speech, General Mahamat Idriss Deby Itno emphasized the importance of international solidarity and partnerships for Chad's development. He expressed his gratitude to the Church of Jesus Christ and all donors for their unwavering support of humanitarian causes.
This donation represents a beacon of hope for thousands of refugees and internally displaced persons, providing essential resources for their survival and well-being. It is also a significant step towards the reconstruction and stabilization of affected regions, enabling Chad to move towards a more prosperous and peaceful future.

Link to video: https://youtu.be/jCTzeQyr2YI?si=ZucxVLe5mT44Urtr

JACQUES ROGER

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