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Qatar Charity's Multi-Sector Emergency Response in Gaza

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Immediately following the start of the latest hostilities in the Gaza Strip, Qatar Charity initiated its provision of a variety of emergency relief and response interventions ranging from health, nutrition and shelter to water and sanitation.

To date, Qatar Charity has responded by supplying urgently needed medicines and medical consumables to hospitals at a cost of QAR2 million (USD 500,000) as well as medical equipment and machines worth more than QAR 500,000 (USD 140,000).

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Qatar Charity Response to Sudan Floods

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In early August 2014, Qatar Charity completed the distribution of QAR 500,000 (USD 137,000) worth of emergency relief aid to those affected by the widespread flooding that struck Sudan, destroying public facilities, infrastructure and leaving tens of thousands homeless.

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Qatar Charity is Combatting Drought Via Solar Power Artesian Water Wells and Establishing Community-Managed Health Services in Niger

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Qatar Charity's latest projects in Niger have benefited 14,000 in the villages of Sowna and Aichign. The constant threat of drought and overall desperate conditions in such villages make the digging and installation of modern solar-powered artesian wells a priority. As well, Qatar Charity selected these villages to assist owing to their inadequate potable water and sanitation, shortages of essential medicines, too few school classrooms and willingness of the community to participate and contribute.

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Qatar Charity's Follow-up Relief Convoy Helping 5,000 Additional Refugees from the Central African Republic

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Qatar Charity has sent another relief convoy for refugees from the Central African Republic taking refuge on the border with Chad. The convoy contained food and non-food items for 1,000 families at a cost of QAR 500,000 (USD 130,000). Each food basket contained 25 kg rice, 250 gm sugar, 5 liters cooking oil and a month’s supply of milk, in addition to non-food items including jerry cans, carpets and plastic sheets.

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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.