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  • you know Muslim A Abderrahmane has escaped death twice in the past two years when Islamist insurgents carried out suicide bombings on busy streets in the Somali capital.

  • Market issues fearing for her safety the mother of nine can now go online thanks to a system that the UN's World Food Program calls humanitarian e commerce on for Muslim are.

  • It's also a way to protect her health during the global pandemic.

  • It has become dangerous to go to the shops because we're afraid of catching the coronavirus way.

  • We're lucky to get this application.

  • We enjoy online shopping.

  • It also saves time and we get the food we want way.

  • The WFP initiative is part of a global shift from giving out food to cash.

  • Using an app called the shop, Muslim ER can now compare the prices of staple items like cooking oil and salt with other retailers.

  • That helps her to spend the $60 allowance from the agency at her leisure, freeing up more time for working and childcare.

  • Though W F.

  • P launched the shop in 2018 had introduced home delivery in April, the month after covert 19 hit Somalia.

you know Muslim A Abderrahmane has escaped death twice in the past two years when Islamist insurgents carried out suicide bombings on busy streets in the Somali capital.

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'Humanitarian e-commerce' thrives in Somalia

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/18
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