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Amoud Foundation is a non-profit organization based and incorporated in the State of Texas. Amoud Foundation's mission is to relieve the suffering of the poor in Horn of Africa by supporting the establishment of hospitals, educational facilities, orphanages, community wells, and providing other relief services such as, emergency food and shelters to victims of famine and natural disasters.  Amoud Foundation was founded in 1998 in Irving, TX and is a registered 501 (c) 3 charity organization with TAX-ID
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Weekly E-Newsletter February 28, 2013
Amoud Foundation for Education and Development


Amoud Foundation Annual Fundraiser

 We Invite You to Join Us:
"Touching Lives Through 15 Years
of Giving and Caring"
Tickets $25 - Childcare provided
March 9, 2013 - 6:30 to 9:00 pm
Embassy Suites DFW South
4650 W. Airport Fwy, Irving, TX 75062
Keynote Speaker
Prof. Seleban Ahmed Guled
President of Amoud University
Motivational Speaker
Mounzer Taleb

Baba Ali, Comedian                  Hossein Behizad, Poet
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Somali Government to relocate IDPs

 Welcomes Returning Refugees


MOGADISHU - The government of Somalia plans to relocate thousands of IDPs (internally displaced persons) currently living in Mogadishu to camps on the outskirts of the city.  However, there are concerns about inadequate government capacity as well as security and access to services in the new relocation areas.

 According to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), there are about 369,000 IDPs or people living like IDPs in the city of Mogadishu. Of these, approximately 270,000 could be relocated to three camps on the outskirts of the capital, thereby alleviating congestion in the city, according to the Mayor of Mogadishu, Mohamed Ahmed Nur Tarsan. (Click on the link below to continue reading.)
March 13 fundraiser
Al-Hayatt Medical Center
The people of Somalia suffer from many diseases such as TB, malaria, and other bacterial/viral infections that are either preventable or treatable.  Hundreds die each year because of the lack of adequate healthcare that all of us in the U.S. take for granted each day. 
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We have one contributor who is willing to give to Amoud about $450,000 worth of medical equipment to ship to Somalia.  Amoud Foundation needs $45,000 to send a container of some much needed medical supplies to Al Hayatt Medical Center in Borama, Somalia.The list includes surgical suites, maternity suite, physical therapy suite, library, etc...Please click on the DONATE BUTTON above if you would like to support the project for any amount or visit us at http://alhayattmedicalcenter.com/ to read more about this project.


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Awdal Achievement Award Nominations 2013

Awdal Achievement Award Nominations 2013

Amoud Foundation of Dallas is now accepting nominations for the 2013
Awdal Achievement Award through March 1, 2013.
This award is given each year to a deserving individual, group, or
organization that made a significant contribution to the welfare and
progress of their community. We believe that there are many unsung
heroes out there who did so much for their community without asking
for anything in return. We may never reach all of them, but
recognizing even one of them is worth the effort.

Press Release

Sheikh Gyasi Mckinzie joins Amoud Foundation as Executive Director

Amoud Foundation is pleased to announce the hiring of Sheikh Gyasi Mckinzie as its Executive Director effective December 1, 2010.
Sheikh Mckinzie brings a wealth of knowledge and experience; he holds advanced degrees in Islamic and theological studies from Islamic University at Madinah,
Vanderbilt University, and the Hartford Seminary; he is a proven Islamic community builder with over 10 years of experience as an Imam, Youth Director, Chaplain,
and teacher, providing leadership to Islamic institutions and communities.