Qatar Charity’s initiatives aimed at curbing COVID-19 benefits over one million
In coordination with Qatar’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Qatar Charity's initiatives have provided medical assistance through Qatari embassies across 39 countries, benefiting 320,000 people.
The initiative falls under Qatar Charity’s aim to limit the spread of the coronavirus pandemic across the world. The provision included medical and preventive supplies, devices for hospitals and health centers, and preventive supplies for medical workers.
بالتعاون مع سفارات دولة قطر في 39 دولة، قطر الخيرية تواصل تقديم مساعداتها لمواجهة كورونا عبر العالم.— Qatar Charity | قطر الخيرية (@qcharity) November 30, 2020
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During such challenging times, many officials have praised the State of Qatar for extending a helping hand and playing a crucial role in curbing the spread of the virus.
Furthermore, the State of Qatar was thanked for humanitarian assistance, noting that the government and people of Qatar play an active role in helping those affected by natural disasters, with priority given to the health and safety of civil society.
Kosovo, Chad, Somaliland, Pakistan, Malaysia, Nigeria, Morocco, Kyrgyzstan, Libya, Malaysia (UNHCR in Kuala Lumpur), Mongolia, Senegal, Tajikistan, Albania, Kenya, Venezuela. Kingdom of Eswatini, Croatia, the Bahamas, Ecuador, Haiti, Paraguay, San Marino, Liberia, Mexico, Montenegro, Cameroon, Nicaragua, Bolivia, Peru, Costa Rica, Cuba, Romania, Armenia, Dominican, Central Africa, and South Africa are some of the many countries that benefited from Qatar Charity’s initiatives.
Since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, Qatar Charity has quickly provided aid, aiming to curb the spread of the pandemic. It has managed to deliver medical, preventive, and food aid through its offices in 30 countries, benefiting 600,000 people, with a total value of more than 40 million Qatari riyals.
The cost of Qatar Charity’s response to the coronavirus is estimated at 13,687,500 Qatari riyals. Qatar Charity carried out the initiative within the framework of its partnerships with UN and international organizations such as UNICEF, UNHCR, and IOM.
More than one million persons benefited from the aid provided through the embassies and Qatar Charity’s offices around the world, and in partnership with international organizations.
For more information on Qatar Charity's initiatives, please visit qcharity.org
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