A Minnesota nonprofit is creating “the best-equipped hospital in Somalia,” thanks to donated supplies and equipment. 

Nimo Ahmed, director of Minnesota Community of African People with Disabilities, looks at newborn baby bassinets that will be sent to a hospital in Somalia at the Matter headquarters in St. Louis Park.
Nimo Ahmed, director of Minnesota Community of African People with Disabilities, looks at newborn baby bassinets that will be sent to a hospital in Somalia at the Matter headquarters in St. Louis Park.Minnesota Community of African People with Disabilities director Nimo Ahmed, center, waves as she walks through the MAatter headquarters in St. Louis Park with Jeremy Newhouse, in plaid, senior VP of operations at Matter, MNCAPD international program director Mahad Hassan, left, and MNCAPD program manager Hassan Ali.Hospital equipment that will be sent to Somalia is stored inside the Matter headquarters in St. Louis Park.Scott Nelson, an equipment specialist with Matter, stores a shipment of assorted medical supplies at the group's headquarters in St. Louis Park.Scott Nelson, an equipment specialist with Matter, stores a shipment of assorted medical supplies at the group's headquarters in St. Louis Park.

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