Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) has implemented the Ramadan Iftar project in Palestine, distributing food baskets in many villages and towns of the West Bank and Jerusalem.
QRCS said the Ramadan Iftar project was limited to food baskets, to meet the needs of the poorest families.
In Yemen, food baskets were distributed to 7,000 poor and displaced beneficiaries over four days.
The relief officer at QRCS’s mission in Sanaa said the 1,000 food baskets were given to vulnerable families headed by women, displaced and underserved families, shelter and juvenile homes, orphans, and persons with disability.
All precautions were taken during the handover of baskets, QRCS said.
The beneficiaries were arranged with interval distances, and sanitisers were used to protect both the personnel and beneficiaries.
In co-operation with the Iraqi Red Crescent Society (IRCS), the QRCS representation mission in Iraq delivered 3,500 food baskets to 19,500 Syrian refugees and Iraqi returnees in Nineveh and Erbil Governorate, Iraqi Kurdistan.
At a total cost of $200,000, the baskets contained many food items like lentils, rice, sugar, bulgur, tomato paste, vegetable oil, and dates.
In Bangladesh, 1,000 food baskets were distributed to poor families in Rajshahi City, in co-operation with the Bangladesh Red Crescent Society (BDRCS) and the Turkish Red Crescent.
The QRCS representation mission in Turkey distributed 17,000 food baskets to meet the needs of 25,000 internally displaced persons (IDPs) in
The distribution process strictly followed all the necessary Coronavirus preventive
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