Yesterday, the Kuwaiti Embassy in Sudan launched an urgent aid campaign to support flood and flood victims, including about 1,000 families.
Chargé d’Affairs, Mohamed Ghazi, told KUNA that the aid funded by the International Mercy Organization will be distributed through the Sudanese Welfare Organization, with the aim of alleviating the impact of the current flood disaster in Sudan.
Ghazi stressed that the aid comes as an affirmation of the Islamic values established in the Kuwaiti people, which was built on the love of goodness, a continuation of the role of the humanitarian leader, the late Emir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad, may his soul rest in peace, and a continuation of efforts under the shadow of His Highness the Amir Sheikh Nawaf Al-Ahmad and His Highness the Crown Prince, Sheikh Mishaal Al-Ahmad.
For his part, Director of the Social Welfare Organization, Abdul Salam Younis, said that the project, which was launched under the auspices of the Kuwaiti embassy, targets 1,000 families affected by torrential rains and floods in the state of (Al-Jazeera) in central Sudan and (Gadarif) in the east of the country by providing food aid and mosquito nets.
For his part, Commissioner for Humanitarian Affairs in Sudan, Najm El-Din Moussa, expressed to (KUNA) his thanks and appreciation to the government and people of Kuwait, noting that it is a leading country in the field of humanitarian and charitable work in the world.
Floods and torrential rains in Sudan caused the death of 52 people, as well as the total collapse of 3,890 houses and more than 12,500 houses partially.