Doha, December 14 (QNA) – A number of Qatar charity organizations announced the implementation of urgent relief for Syrians displaced of Aleppo, in light of the tragic human conditions in the city.
In this context, Qatar Charity said it is sending to Aleppo 12 trucks carrying food stuff, baby food and warming materials across the Turkish-Syrian border, enough for 20 thousand people as a first step.
Qatar Charity said in a statement today the assistance convoy comes as part of its relief project for displaced persons in Aleppo, and in the framework of the campaign “Syria… cold and hunger” aimed to assist Syrian internally displaces persons and refugees in Turkey.
The statement pointed that a team of volunteers will oversee the convoy and the distribution of food baskets to hundreds of families on the Syrian-Turkish border.
It added that the Executive Director for Operations in Qatar Charity Faisal Al Fahaida urged people of Qatar to help the people in Aleppo and provide all help and assistance to those who were forced by the recent incidents to leave their homes.
Meanwhile, Sheikh Eid bin Mohammad Al-Thani Charitable Foundation (Eid Charity) announced emergency relief for the displaced Syrians in Aleppo at a cost of QR 1 million. The assistance will be awaiting the displaced persons in Jarablos, north suburbs of Aleppo and Idleb suburb.
In a statement today Eid Charity said that this aid consist shelter kits, food baskets, baby milk and other necessities for about 50 thousand people. Earlier today Sheikh Thani bin Abdullah Foundation for Humanitarian Services (RAF) announced its preparations for the implementation of emergency relief projects for the provision of basic needs of the displaced people of Aleppo.
In a press statement today, RAF said that the plan includes the provision of shelter and non-food items, such as tents, blankets, and rain insulators, heaters, fuel, mattresses, clothing. The plan also includes the provision of canned food baskets, food baskets, baby milk, in addition to the provision of Medical supplies. (QNA)