The International Consulting Aid Network (ICAN)’s president, Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit, assiste
The American humanitarian organization (ICAN) has again provided its support to underprivileged families living in Adetikope, Akladjeme city, Lome Togo.
Thus, the trip to Lome, Togo was to sign several partnership projects with Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO)’s, Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit, President of the International Consulting Aid Network (ICAN), assisted a family of five members living in the surrounding city of Adetikope, Akladjeme (Lome Togo).
The ceremony took place on January 30, 2021, at the main Quarter village of the family. The ceremony witnessed several people, family members, and local officials.
The home improvement assistance, and food donations, included renovating bedrooms, fixing doors, buying a mattress, solar and petrol lamps, and food products. The food package included bags of millet and rice, beans, maize (corn), a bottle of oil, a bag of smoked catfish, and 5 liters of petrol oil. The total value of the items is $1000 (500 hundred F CFA).
Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit, President of the American humanitarian organization (ICAN), has pleaded for unity and sharing among the community. According to him, these values will break the social isolation imposed by society on poor people. ‘‘Unity and sharing are fundamental principles that will empower people to stay close despite our social status,” he said.
“I encourage you to help each other, in small deeds, because each deed or donation to people can better their lives and help children to succeed in their school,” said Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit.
Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit appealed to the community representatives to always ask people to respect the barrier measures to curb the spread of COVID-19. For him, following the countries safety mandates enacted by authorities and civic awareness will allow the population to protect themselves and others against the spread of the COVID-19. “As we have noticed, Covid-19 affects everybody, regardless of their political connection, faith, or social status.’ It is a dangerous infection that threatens everyone, so we should be well mannered and civic- consciousness to deal with it,” he added.
Ms. Reine Noussoukpoe, a spokesperson for the beneficiaries, thanked Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit for his continual concern and support for the impoverished population in several African countries. “You represent international solidarity through your contributions in various fields and are a Great Homme with a big loving heart. You are constantly there when needed to help people in vulnerable situations,” she concluded.
A humanist at heart, Dr. Hugues Fidele Batsielilit has repeatedly been the voice of the poor.