UAE supported people in Sudan affected with floods by sending humanitarian aid

The Highness Sheikh Humaid bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Ajman have directed the distribution of urgent humanitarian assistance and the offer of all the necessary resources and equipment to ease the pain of families that touched by the huge floods in Sudan during the past weeks.

Actually, this aid came with cooperation and coordination with the Ajman’s International humanitarian and Charity Organization, IHCO, and the concerned official authorities, local charities, the UAE’s citizens and residents.

According to the instructions of Sheikh Humaid, Sheikh Rashid bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Chairman of Ajman Municipality and Planning, started a campaign to aid Sudan’s people based on the collection of Dh10 million in the first phase, in cooperation with the IHCO. In fact, Dr Khaled Abdelwahab Al Khaja, Executive Director of the IHCO, told Sheikh Rashid about the destruction of some Sudanese states and cities.

Furthermore, Sheikh Rashid affirmed the engagement of the Government of Ajman to offer all support for Sudan’s people, and the ruler of Ajman had directed an order to make speedy the execution of several projects in the most affected areas by forming relief teams to contribute to alleviating the suffering of the affected population.

Sheikh Rashid also declared that the UAE has been placed in the first rang by providing humanitarian services to all peoples around the world and has demonstrated that it’s always proactive in charitable work and supporting every humanitarian work anywhere, via its different approach aimed to make better the charity and humanitarian work.

He also praised the efforts of the IHCO and its offices in many Arab countries to help the needy. Al Khaja lauded the instructions of the Ruler of Ajman to start the campaign as a result of the deep relations between the two countries.

Indeed, during a visit organized by a delegation, the IHCO dispensed 5,000 food parcels to those affected in the capital Khartoum and many isolated villages around Sudan that became homeless.

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