Turkish doctors will stay for another six months.
A group of Turkish doctors from the International Association for Health and Education (USEDER) will keep providing health services to Somali people for six months more.
Doctors who started to serve in Mogadishu two weeks ago provided medical screening to 2,000 people in eight camps.
Faruk Ozdemir, a member of USEDER, told AA correspondent that doctors first focused on extremely sick people and children suffering from diarrhea in the country.
Ozdemir said that they were serving Mogadishu with 2 tons of medicine.
"We are eager to reach more patients, but conditions and security problems are preventing it time to time. We are doing our best," he said.
"We are here for another six months to rescue more people," Ozdemir added.