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Donations distributed to RCS-sponsored Afghan orphans

posted on 08/06/2006: 1097 views



Kabul - As part of its continuous help to alleviate the suffering of Afghan people, the UAE RCS office in Kabul has distributed donations to its sponsored orphans in the strife-torn Asian country, with the help of the Afghan RCS.



During the last month, donations were prorated to 571 RCS- sponsored orphans in different parts of Afghanistan, according to Abdullah Saeed Al-Murshedi, director of UAE RCS office here.



Al Murshedi has pointed to the many humanitarian RCS projects under construction in Afghanistan, such as the US$4-million Sheikh Zayed City in Kabul which is expected to end in three months, a US$30-thousand mosque and other projects.



He added that RCS also oversees the Omani projects in Afghanistan which include a US$40-thousand mosque, a US$120- thousand orphanage and others.



Fatima Jilani, head of Afghan RCS, has expressed her country's gratitude to the UAE and the role it plays in alleviating the Afghan suffering. (Emirates News Agency, WAM)

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