Kuwait Red Crescent Society, in coordination with Qatar Red Crescent Society, inaugurated on Friday a clinic for treating breast cancer cases in this eastern Lebanese town.
Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) has delivered on Saturday a batch of equipment, consisting of 70 devices, to Syrian refugees with special needs in Lebanon.
Chairman of Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) Dr. Hilal Al-Sayer & Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Al-Hariri on Saturday revised the society’s philanthropic programs in the country namely those intended to relieve Syrian refugees.Dr. Al-Sayer, said that he examined with the premier the Kuwaiti humanitarian support for the refugees & aid for Lebanon to help it cope with hosting the large number of those who have fled their country for safety.
Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) said Tuesday that it distributed humanitarian aid to displaced Syrians from Aleppo and rural Idlib in cooperation with Turkey’s IHH Humanitarian Relief Foundation.
The Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) has distributed aid to 1,000 Syrian displaced families in Lebanon’s southern towns and villages in coordination and cooperation with Lebanon Red Cross (LRC).The aid includes food packages, of which one is enough for five family-members, that are to be handed to 500 Syrian families in Wazzani village, and 500 other families in Arsal town, Khaled Al-Makhyal, head of KRCS team in Lebanon, said.
A Jordanian humanitarian official on Saturday thanked Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) for its continued support of Syrian refugees in Jordan. KRCS “has been providing” humanitarian supplies for Syrian refugees in Jordan since outbreak of Syrian crisis in March 2011, and in coordination with Jordan’s Red Crescent, Dr. Mohammad Al-Hadeed, chairman of JRC, said.
Kuwait’s philanthropic actions continue to provide a healing hand to those who suffer throughout this week, buttressing its UN-bestowed status as an ‘International Humanitarian Center.’ On January 28, the Consulate-General of Kuwait announced distributing around 1,000 food vouchers to Iraqis displaced in Irbil.The Consul General of the State of Kuwait in Irbil, Dr. Omar Al-Kanderi said that the vouchers were distributed, in cooperation with Kuwait’s Al-Najat Society, to displaced Iraqis. The vouchers are worth USD 50 each.
Fifteen aid-laden trucks began their journey into Syria from Raihaniya town in Hatay province southern Turkey, Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) announced Friday.