(MENAFN- Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)) AMMAN, March 18 (KUNA) -- The Kuwait-based Rahma International Charity has organized in coordination with the Kuwaiti Embassy in Jordan a two-day relief program for Syrian refugees, including treating those who needed urgent surgeries and handing food parcels.
The Kuwaiti charge d'affaires, Dr. Mubarak Al-Hajeri, told KUNA after visiting Al-Kandi Hospital that the State of Kuwait has always been among the first states that offer aid for brothers and friends across the globe.
He lauded Al-Rahma society and donors in Kuwait who have been helping the needy in Palestine and Jordan.
Tareq Al-Derbas, the campaign supervisor, said that the personnel distributed food parcels to some 3,000 Syrian refugees, in addition to treating 15 individuals who needed urgent medical operations. (end)
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