Kuwait: The Kuwaiti Purple Crescent has launched its “Iftar Quick” undertaking, with the intention of distributing meals to fifteen,000 Syrian refugees in Jordan, native media reported.
Kuwaiti Ambassador to Jordan Aziz Al Daihani informed Kuwait State Media (KUNA) that the undertaking is in cooperation with the Jordanian Purple Crescent and can proceed all through Ramadan as they plan to distribute 500 meals per day.
Kuwaiti college students finding out on the Jordan School of Medication have volunteered to take part within the day by day distribution program, which takes place on the Jordanian Purple Crescent Middle in Balqa Governorate, he added.
Al Daihani mentioned Kuwait was eager to alleviate the struggling of the refugees and that the Kuwait Purple Crescent had continued to supply humanitarian help to Syrian refugees in Jordan because the outbreak of the Syrian struggle in 2011.
Kuwait has generously offered humanitarian and improvement help to a number of United Nations businesses, from UNICEF to UNHCR, that are engaged on the bottom to assist Syrians throughout the area.
In 2013, Kuwait, below the management of the final emir, Sheikh Sabah Al Ahmed Al Sabah, donated $ 110 million to assist Syrian refugees in neighboring Arab nations. This gesture represented the biggest donation from a Gulf nation to UNHCR.