The Turkish team would open a mobile kitchen to meet food need of 10,000 people a day, Lostar also said.

MOGADISHU — Turkish Red Crescent teaches Somali people how to make bread in a mobile bakery, head of the Turkish team said on Sunday.

Alpaslan Safak Lostar, the head of the delegation of Turkish Red Crescent to Somalia, said Somali people had been making bread in the bakery for 40 days.

“They make 10,000 bread a day,” Lostar told AA correspondent in an exclusive interview.

Lostar said the mobile bakery was cooking bread under hygienic conditions, and eight Somali people were working in the bakery and they were supervised by a Turkish cook.

The Turkish team would open a mobile kitchen to meet food need of 10,000 people a day, Lostar also said.

Turkish Red Crescent has been in Somalia for five months within the scope of a humanitarian aid campaign. 13,000 people are taking shelter in a tent-site comprised of 2,000 tents.

World Bulletin

Wednesday, January 11, 2012