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- Chad: Polio Outbreak - Jun 2011
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- Tchad Bulletin Humanitaire Numéro 06 | Juillet - Août 2018
ABU DHABI, 6th March, 2018 (WAM) -- The delegation from the Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan Charitable and Humanitarian Foundation is continuing its tour of African countries, to explore the needs of their citizens in terms of sustainability, charity and education, as well as to establish related projects, as part of the foundation’s Year of Zayed celebrations.
KUWAIT, 5th August, 2015 (WAM) -- Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development (KFAED) signed a KD 4-million (USD 13.6 million) agreement loan with Chad to help fund rice production in the Chari-Logone perennial river system, Kuwait News Agency, KUNA, reported.
In a press statement on Wednesday, KFAED said that the fund will help providing sustainable water sources to irrigate 400 acers of agricultural land, increase farmers wages and promote Chad's food security.
WAM ABU DHABI, 24th March, 2014 (WAM) -- The UAE Red Crescent Authority (RCA) has dispatched urgent relief aid to refugees, flowing from the Central African Republic to Chad, to alleviate their suffering and improve their dire humanitarian conditions.
Dr. Mohammed Atiq Al Falahi, Secretary- General of the RCA stressed that the authority has been present on the Chadian arena since 1990s and has been contributing to the improvement of the humanitarian situation there.
The Red Crescent Authority (RCA) conducted over the last 20 years a set of humanitarian relief programmes and projects in different areas in the Central African country of Chad at cost over Dh35 million.
The move comes in line with the charity efforts of the RCA in many countries worldwide.
The Higher Committee of Foreign aid at the Red Crescent Authority has allocated Dh 4.027 million to carry out developmental projects in a number of countries.
The assistance will cover health, education and social services sectors in addition to the provision of water supplies in areas which suffer from shortage of this vital service.
These projects will be carried out in a number of countries, including Palestine, Yemen, Somalia, Sudan, Jordan and Pakistan, Senegal, Bosnia, Uganda, Benin, Thailand, Chad, in addition to Ghana, Lebanon, Libya and Mauritania.
Aug 5, 2010 - 02:59 - WAM Abu Dhabi, Aug 05th, 2010 (WAM)--A plane carrying 35 tonnes of relief materials will leave for Chad on Friday upon the directives from the Red Crescent Authority's (RCA) to ease suffering of people there from drought.
The RCA delegation will leave for Chad to distribute the relief aid in coordination with the local relief societies in poor remote areas in the drought stricken central African country.
Nuaima Al Mohairi, acting deputy secretary general for relief and project affairs, RCA, said the move was triggered by the follow up report of the RCA on …
The Red Crescent Authority (RCA) implemented over the last years 446 charity endowments at cost Dh54million in 16 countries across the world.
The endowments, which include schools, clinics and commercial shops, received positive response from the philanthropists in the UAE, who donated money to set up the projects in the countries of their choice.
The UAE Red Crescent Authority (RCA) is heading to Chad carrying food aid to orphans in line with the RCA humanitarian efforts in some sisterly and friendly countries. The plane carries 30 tonnes of relief aid, including food stuff, clothes, medical supplies and blankets. The aid will be distributed under supervision of the RCA delegation in Chadian capital, N'Djamena, in coordination with the local authorities.
Noor Dubai, the UAE-based charity initiative focused on preventing and treating low vision and curable forms of blindness around the world, yesterday announced that it has successfully treated more than 11,000 people in Chad at its free cataract treatment camp in Ndjamena recently.