There are 70 partnership agreements between Qatar Charity (QC) and UN organizations with a total value of 28.2 million USD.
QC’s concern to cooperate with the UN on the humanitarian level is reflected by those agreements and the number of programs and projects executed in some countries.
7 UN agencies
Cooperation memoranda and agreements were signed with the following organizations and agencies:
Starting in the beginning of Ramadan, Qatar Charity (QC) continues to implement Ramadan fast breaking and food basket projects. The beneficiaries of the two projects during the holy month are 98,700 people, including orphans, disabled people, poor families and other needy groups.
In this regard, QC’s Office has distributed 8030, out of 12,258, family breakfast meals till the sixth of Ramadan as part of its fast breaking project (one family meal is enough for four people).
In conjunction with the launch of fasting Iftar project, Qatar Charity began distributing food baskets to hundreds of affected families inside Syria in order to cover their food needs during Ramadan.
Ramadan baskets were distributed to 500 Syrian families at a total of 3,000 members. Qatar Charity is expected to provide sufficient food baskets during the holy month. In addition, fasting Iftar projects will nearly cater 280,000 people at a cost of QR1.5 million.
QC has implemented a full-scale relief project to distribute dry rations, benefiting thousands of drought-affected families in different parts of Somalia.
Food parcels were distributed to 4633 families in a number of areas of Somalia. Each parcel consists of 25 kg of rice, 25 kg of sugar, 25 kg of flour, 6 liters of oil, 2.5 kg of milk powder, and 2 kg of dates.
By: Mohamed Gadine
A place that looks like school! But nothing to suggest something is going on there, even though the school year was at its peak. Students sneak surreptitiously without returning back. Silence hangs over the place and the specter of "hunger" surrounds “Ayad Abu Zeid” school in the southern countryside of Omdurman, 13 km west of the Sudanese capital of Khartoum.