Qatar Red Crescent
Non-governmental Organization based in Qatar


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02 Mar 2015 description

Qatar Red Crescent (QRC), the Palestinian Ministry of Public Works and Housing, and Beit Hanoun Municipality have celebrated the delivery of the first sheltering center in Beit Hanoun, northern Gaza, including 27 temporary housing units, as part of the Maldivian people's fundraising program to relieve Gaza following the Israeli war last summer.

26 Feb 2015 description

Qatar Red Crescent (QRC) has recently opened the health center of the Kafr Nima town, the West Bank, after renovation, expansion, and equipment in cooperation with the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS), with $264,933 (QR 964,433) funding from the State of Qatar, represented in the Ministry of Endowments and Islamic Affairs.

26 Feb 2015 description

Qatar Red Crescent (QRC) and the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) have recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to continue the relief efforts for the Malian refugees who fled to Niger due to political and military events in northern Mali, with common funding of €170,170 from UNHCR and €51,497 (QR 213,393) from QRC, which will also undertake all field activities.

26 Feb 2015 description

Qatar Red Crescent (QRC) has recently launched a multi-sector development project worth $441,428 (QR 1,606,530) for the populations of Goshta and Bihsud districts and social care home inmates in Jalalabad, Nangarhar province, eastern Afghanistan, in partnership with the Afghan Red Crescent Society (ARCS).​

23 Feb 2015 description

Qatar Red Crescent's (QRC) Office in Somalia has recently opened a new therapeutic nutrition center at the Badbaado refugee camp in Dharkenley District, southwestern Mogadishu, Somalia, at a total cost of nearly QR 500,000.

The health project will provide medical and therapeutic nutrition services for severely and mildly malnourished patients, particularly children, and treat different types of malnutrition in accordance with the international standards and the World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines. Most displaced children at the Badbaado camp are malnourished.