Qatar’s government offers respite for hundreds of vulnerable children

Hundreds of children from disadvantaged backgrounds in Nairobi have benefited from food aid courtesy of Qatar’s government.

The exercise, which was coordinated by the Embassy of the State of Qatar in cooperation with Qatar charity office in Nairobi, saw the beneficiaries receive food baskets which included basic food items such as rice, flour, sugar, and cooking oil.

The project is expected to benefit hundreds of students from poor families.

According to ambassador of the State of Qatar to Kenya Mohammed Al-Enazi, the distribution of food baskets is part of the second phase of the food basket project, which aims to help students from poor families meet their basic food needs and support them in their educational journey.

The donation exercise was coordinated by the Qatar charity office in Nairobi

The initiative comes within the framework of the State of Qatar’s keenness to provide humanitarian assistance to those in need around the world.

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