Qatar Charity (QC) has distributed, over the past few days, some 3,000 food parcels among the displaced residents of Fallujah in the Iraqi Anbar province.
It is also preparing to distribute another 5,000 parcels in the next few days in order to take the distribution figures up to 8,000 food parcels during the holy month of Ramadan .
The food aid comes within
the framework of a campaign launched by QC to provide 10,000 food parcels and medical supplies
for those affected in the city.
Mohamed Rashed al-Kaabi, director of the Relief Section at QC, said the delivery of food parcels was “part of the fraternal duty and humanitarian relief to the displaced brethren” in Fallujah and the Iraqi people in order to help alleviate their suffering as a result of the developments there.
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