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Sunday, 20 May 2018
 

Charity Funds 34 Projects in Sudan

(Khaleej Times) A delegation of the association paid a visit to the Sudanese state to attend the inauguration of key projects.
Dar Al Ber Society has funded 34 humanitarian projects in the East Darfur in Sudan for the benefit of indigent people.
A delegation of the association paid a visit to the Sudanese state to attend the inauguration of key projects following an invitation from the State Governor Anas Omar Mohammed.
Abdullah Ali bin Zayed Al Falasi, executive director of Dar Al Ber Society, said they funded the construction of 34 mosques. "Up to 1,000 cattle and 60 booths were contributed to poor families."
All the charity projects funded by society have been carried out by the Al Ihsan Charity Organisation, the society's strategic partner in East Darfur.
"The projects include development schemes for poor and low-income families. These include the possession of booths and sheep." Imran Mohammed Abdullah, head of charity projects sector, said the inauguration of the new projects was under the sponsorship of the Sudanese Vice-President Hassabo Mohamed Abdelrahman.
"The delegation visited the beneficiary families to identify their needs and those of the entire state, spanning health centres, mosques, water wells, classrooms, and Quran study centres."
"These are apart from the projects for pastoral tribes and nomadic people who do not settle at specific places and search for green pastures and water sources throughout the year, he explained.