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Qatar Charity Projects Offer Lifeline to Syrian Refugees in Lebanon

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Qatar Charity has implemented water projects worth USD 140,000 for Syrian refugees in Lebanon. The ‘Watering of Goodness' project involves the drilling of a well, in addition to the establishment of a water tank and an electric generator for the benefit of Syrian refugees.

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Qatar charity supporting voluntary return in Darfur

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QC’s projects in Sudan focus on facilitating voluntary return in Darfur, through raising awareness and providing stability and rehabilitation of the villages of the displaced, providing basic services through income-generating projects that rebuild social cohesion and harmony.

Qatar Charity's most recent effort included a farming project to bring back to cultivation 1500 acres of land that has directly benefited more than 1,400 people in Darfur.

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Qatar Charity Provides Initial 5.5 Million Dollars in Funding for Emergency Aid and Reconstruction in the Gaza Strip

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Qatar Charity has provided an initial QAR 20 million (USD 5.5 million) for the emergency aid and reconstruction of the Gaza Strip.

Last week, Qatar Charity started delivering its first batch of aid, distributing food packages among families whose houses had been destroyed. This benefited around 200 families.

The packages, which contained basic food items such as cheese, beans, dates, olive oil, tea and sugar, were distributed by the organization's local office in Gaza.

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Qatar Charity is Saving the Lives of Thousands of Malnourished Yemenis

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Qatar Charity Yemen has started its latest project to address acute malnutrition in partnership with the emergency response fund of the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs of the United Nations (OCHA). The project will be implanted in the Yemeni Provinces of Al-Hudaydah, Al-Mahwit and Ta'izz in locations based on the results of two months of nutrition surveys and assessments carried out by Qatar Charity. Qatar Charity is providing USD 600,000 and OCHA USD 500,000 for this USD 1.1 million project.

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Qatar Charity Delivered More than Forty Tons of Aid to Afghan Flood Victims

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During May and June 2014, Qatar Charity delivered more than forty tons of food and non non-food aid to 500 families affected by heavy rains, floods and landslides in different parts of Afghanistan that had left 400 people dead and 10,000 displaced. Aid items per family included 63 kilograms of food, cooking utinsels and other household items, hygiene kits, mattresses, plastic sheeting and medical items.