India sends 2nd batch of humanitarian aid to flood-hit Kenya

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May 14,2024 11:46 AM
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To support people affected by the massive floods in Kenya, India on Tuesday sent a second batch of humanitarian aid to the east African country comprising relief and medical supplies.

New Delhi [India], May 14 (HBTV): To support people affected by the massive floods in Kenya, India on Tuesday sent a second batch of humanitarian aid to the east African country comprising relief and medical supplies.   

The humanitarian aid sent to the country included humanitarian assistance and disaster relief containing 40 tons of medicines, medical supplies, and equipment to assist victims of the flood.

Aid was sent through an Indian Air Force aircraft from Hindon Airport of Ghaziabad to Kenya.  

External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar shared details of the aid sent to Kenya on X. He posted that the second tranche of HADR material containing 40 tons of medicines, medical supplies, and other equipment to assist flood victims had left for Kenya.

On May 10, India handed over food, relief, and medicine supplies to Kenya as the first responder in the Indian Ocean Region. 

(ANI) This is a syndicated news feed. HBTV has edited it for clarity.