A Turkish plane carrying medical supplies departed from the capital Ankara for Chad on Tuesday in the wake of the virus pandemic, SIA reports.
The boxes containing the aid carried a message for the people of Chad.
"After hopelessness, there is so much hope, and after darkness, there is the much brighter sun,” it said, quoting the words of 13th century Sufi poet Jalaluddin Rumi which have been inscribed on all aid from Turkey.
Turkey has helped dozens of countries, including Italy, Spain and the UK, and remains the world's third-largest provider of humanitarian aid during the pandemic.
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