EU NAVFOR DONATES FIRST AID KITS TO AAMIN AMBULANCE SERVICE IN SOMALIAFebruary 19, 2019 - 13:33
EU NAVFOR has supplied 50 First Aid kits to the AAMIN Ambulance Service, which was established to provide free ambulance services after it was observed that no functioning public ambulance services existed.
Donating the kits, the EU NAVFOR Liaison Officer in Somalia, Commander Steve Gilmore Royal Navy, said: “I have been very impressed with the professionalism and dedication of the AAMIN ambulance staff; they truly are life savers in very difficult conditions and a humbling example to us all. I hope this donation of first aid kits from EU NAVFOR goes some way to help their great work in helping the people they rescue on a daily basis.”
The volunteer first responder service provided by AAMIN is run on donations and has helped hundreds of people over the last 10 years.
As EU NAVFOR continues its mission to deter and repress piracy at sea, it also helps support the needs of the communities ashore, alongside our sister missions EUCAP Somalia and EUTM Somalia.
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