Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) has launched a humanitarian convoy to provide relief aid for those affected by flash floods in Kassala, Sudan and distributed over 50 tons of food supplies for the benefit of more than 1,000 flood-affected families in many towns and villages of Aroma.
HE the Ambassador of the State of Qatar to Sudan Abdulrahman bin Ali Al Kubaisi affirmed the commitment of the people of Qatar to support the people of Sudan until the end of this crisis, by reaching out to the affected areas in order to assess and meeting the needs of local communities.
In turn, Governor of Kassala Khojaly Hamad Abdullah praised QRCSs efforts and humanitarian interventions to help the victims. He hailed the assistance that Qatar has provided, and still provides, for the Sudanese people in various fields.
Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) said, in a statement today, that it has already prepared three relief convoys, with a total of 130 tons of food aid. In coordination with the Sudanese Red Crescent Society (SRCS), QRCSs field personnel assessed the humanitarian situation in the areas worst hit by the floods. The top-priority needs are shelter, food, kitchenware, and hygiene kits.