Today, Friday, the Kuwait Red Crescent Society announced the distribution of fasting meals and Eid clothing to the needy and poor in the Comoros, in cooperation with the Comoros Red Crescent.

Director of Public Relations and Media at the society Khaled Al-Zaid said in a statement to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) that the association’s Ramadan program includes several islands in the Comoros, including Greater Comoros, Moheli and Anjouan.

He added that, at the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan, the association distributed food baskets in the village of Dawini in the upper Bambao region, where more than 73 families in this village benefited from them.

Al-Zaid stated that the association has been providing seasonal and other humanitarian support for years in the Comoros Islands and is keen to alleviate the suffering of the brothers and involve them in the fasting breakfast and bring them joy during Eid Al-Fitr by distributing the Eid clothing.

He emphasized that the previous and current projects of the “Kuwaiti Red Crescent” “embody the society’s keenness to enhance its humanitarian role in the Comoros Islands, pointing to the remarkable efforts made by the society during some of the natural disasters that the island has been exposed to in the past few years.”

He stressed that work in the humanitarian field is one of the pillars of the association and reflects great solidarity with the needy and those affected by natural disasters or humanitarian crises.