Qatar Charity has sent a relief convoy comprising food, non-food items and medical supplies to refugees in South Sudan worth QAR400,000 (USD 110,000). The convoy benefited nearly 10,000 refugees in the mountainous area of White Nile state.
Qatar Charity has managed to send a relief convoy into the besieged Yarmouk Camp, easing the suffering of the resident Palestinian families. At a cost of more than QAR 620,000 (USD 170,000), 3230 food parcels containing basic food items such as sugar, rice, oil, lentils, pasta, barley, tea, dates and cheese were provided.
Qatar Charity was amongst the first international humanitarian organizations to distribute urgent food and medical aid in and around the Yemeni city of Aden over this past weekend. The distribution was made despite significant difficulties in reaching the needy and benefited thousands of affected people.
Qatar Charity has completed the restoration and rehabilitation of a school in the internally displaced Syrian camp of Atmeh in Idlib, Syria. Physical construction such as rebuilding walls, replacing floors, doors and windows were urgently undertaken as students and teachers had been previously exposed to the harsh winter snowstorms.
Qatar Charity has distributed food vouchers to 16,000 families who are still struggling to recover from the 2014 aggression against the Gaza Strip.
This QAR 3.3 million (USD 1 million) distribution complements the range of relief and recovery interventions carried out by Qatar Charity and aims to support poor and needy families across the Gaza Strip in cooperation with more than sixty local partner institutions.