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2nd phase of RCA Campaign to provide aid to Syrian refugees in Lebanon continues

posted on 11/07/2013: 2805 views



Beirut: The second phase of the UAE Red Crescent Authority's (UAE) campaign to provide aid to the Syrian refugees in Lebanon continued in coordination with the Lebanese Red Cross (LRC) under the supervision of the UAE Embassy in Beirut. Over 10,000 families will benefit from the project in several areas in Lebanon. For their part, the beneficiaries hailed the role of the UAE and its permanent support for them since the beginning of the crises in Syria up till now amid these dire conditions. On the other hand, the Iftar Project has started on the advent of the Holy Month of Ramadan, where thousands of needy Lebanese and Syrian families will benefit from it. The project will provide about 30,000 meals for more than 150,000 individuals in various regions in Lebanon. The assistance will include the distribution of Eid Clothing and Zakat Al-Fitr to the needy children and families. – Emirates News Agency, WAM

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