Kuwait: Launch of a larger project for the sacrifices in the region to support the displaced

2016/9/12 13:25

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Kuwait launched on Monday what it called "the largest project of sacrificial" in the Kurdistan region in order to help alleviate the suffering of displaced Iraqis and the needy in the region.

Assistant Abdulrahman clip counselor of the Consulate General of the State of Kuwait said in Arbil to Kuwait News Agency [KUNA] The consulate assisted the institution [Barzani] charity in the implementation of the project Adah submitted by the Secretariat of Awqaf in Kuwait and the Kuwaiti Zakat House and the World Islamic Charitable Organization.

He explained that the project, which was described as the largest in the Kurdistan ensure sacrificial exceeded, weighing 11 tons, "adding" it has been distributed to the displaced and needy families in the region.

Abdul Rahman stressed that "this charity work comes in light of the continuation of the State of Kuwait approach since it was established to focus on humanitarian work and meet relief initiatives and plans, which face the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, in order to alleviate the suffering of the displaced people."

In turn delegate Foundation [Barzani] charitable Ismail Abdul Aziz thanked the State of Kuwait and its charities, providing humanitarian aid to the displaced and the needy in the region.

He added that "the sacrifice will be presented to more than seven thousand newly displaced people in a camp [Depkh] Kojbat food for three days," pointing out that "some sacrifice will be distributed to displaced families in the rest of the camps."

Also it pointed out that some of these families are deprived of the most basic daily necessities of life because of the situation in the region and they have been displaced, "stressing that" the sacrifice came at a time. "

It is said that the State of Kuwait took the initiative to aid displaced people and refugees in Iraq and particularly the Kurdistan region since last year have been distributed nearly 130,000 food parcels to displaced people and refugees in the region.