Within its winter campaign "Warmth and Peace", Qatar Charity has distributed winter needs to Syrian and Palestinian refugees and Jordanian families with limited income, in a number of Jordan's governorates, to help them cope with the cold, due to the increase in rainfall and lower temperatures in recent days, QNA reported.
The aid distributed in co-operation with the Jordanian Hashemite Charitable Organisation benefited 6,500 people from low-income targeted groups as a down payment, in addition to the distribution of fuel coupons, winter clothes, food parcels and blankets, heating fuel, hygiene, health and sterilisation supplies, in the shadow of the continuous need to prevent the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic and winter diseases.
Qatar Charity aims to meet the families' needs in terms of food, heating and protection from cold to enable them feel warmth, safety and protection, and to help them overcome the difficult conditions they go through, as well as the humanitarian situation of the refugees.
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