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Fujairah RCS urges aid for Afghan refugees

posted on 28/10/2001: 729 views


Through the Friday sermons at mosques, the Fujairah branch of the Red Crescent Society has urged donations of cash and in kind to help the Afghan refugees. Suhail Al Qadi, Director of the Red Crescent Society's Fujairah branch, said: "We launched a donation campaign ten days ago at all the Red Crescent Society's branches in the UAE and asked people to donate money and any kind of material such as clothes, blankets and food," explained Al Qadi. He pointed out that the Society also distributed some donation coupons at schools, banks, restaurants and supermarkets to urge people to donate money to help the Afghans. In the meantime, the Fujairah branch of the Society is getting ready to start its charitable programmes for Ramadan. "Apart from distributing cash and material assistance to the needy in Fujairah and on the East Coast before and during Ramadan, the Society is preparing to offer 800 free Iftar meals in Fujairah, Kalba, Khor Fakkan and Dibba," noted Al Qadi. (The Gulf News)

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