AS part of its plan for the current year, Qatar Charity (QC) has implemented a project to Educate Families of Orphans, especially their mothers, in the Gaza Strip.
The awareness project for 600 women aims to improve the concepts of education among the families of orphans and how to manage money and mental maps in dealing with children. It includes cultural, social, educational, behavioural and psychological activities of mother and child especially in the absence of husband.
The number of beneficiaries of Charitable Projects in Somalia in co-operation with international humanitarian organisations reached 200,000 people, at a cost of $6.3mn, between 2009 and 2017, according to a report by the Qatar Charity (QC).
The projects directly covered emergency relief, education, healthcare, water, sanitation, food security, displaced resettlement, economic empowerment and sustainable development, the report said.
Supported by the benefactors of Qatar, Qatar Charity (QC) has allocated additional funds for the Feed a Fasting Projects in Syria at a value of 500,000 QR. They are expected to benefit about 94,000 people from the orphans, displaced and needy families.
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).