320 million dirhams worth of Red Crescent programs in Afghanistan

Abu Dhabi (WAM)

The value of humanitarian programs, relief aid and development projects implemented by the Emirates Red Crescent in Afghanistan during the past decades has reached more than 320 million dirhams, the number of beneficiaries has exceeded 8 million people.
These aid included in detail.. development projects, seasonal programs and cut-off aid, which amounted to more than 242 million dirhams, benefiting more than 5 million people.. The value of relief aid exceeded 71 million dirhams, benefiting more than 3 million people in addition to about 7 million dirhams, which is the value of the orphan sponsorship programs and support for families, which benefited more than 40,000 orphans.

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Dr. Muhammad Ateeq Al-Falahi, Secretary-General of the Red Crescent Authority, said that the Red Crescent’s humanitarian and development programs and projects in Afghanistan embody the global message carried out by the Authority, under the directives and follow-up of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, representative of the ruler in the Al Dhafra region and Chairman of the Authority, to reduce of the magnitude of human suffering and the preservation of human dignity. He added that the Red Crescent development initiatives in the Afghan arena have received great attention and support from the wise leadership, pointing out that the UAE has been on the side of the Afghan people during the past decades, supporting their humanitarian conditions and supporting their vital issues in development and reconstruction. Al Falahi pointed out that the rapid response of the UAE to the repercussions of the current humanitarian situation in Afghanistan confirms its pivotal role in addressing the effects of emergency crises, events and disasters regionally and internationally. The Secretary-General said: The authority has been present in the Afghan humanitarian arena for decades, providing its support and assistance to the Afghan people in various fields, noting that the construction and development projects of the authority included many vital projects in the field of infrastructure rehabilitation, establishment of health and educational institutions, residential cities, orphanages and maintenance. Public utilities, in addition to the Humanitarian Authority’s programs and other relief activities, through which it provided food, medicine, and various shelter materials, as well as programs for the care and rehabilitation of people of determination, and the sponsorship of orphans and their families. Al-Falahi added: In this regard, Sheikh Zayed City in Kabul comes at the head of these vital projects aimed at strengthening the ability of the Afghan people to face difficult life conditions, and to provide adequate housing for families who have suffered from the scourge of displacement and asylum.

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