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A large number of volunteers, media figures, social media influencers and social activists expressed their happiness at taking part in distributing aid to Syrian refugees near the Turkish-Syrian border, as part of QC’s ‘Warmth and Peace’ winter drive.
They emphasised the importance of getting involved in humanitarian work on the ground to contribute to alleviating the suffering of the vulnerable, assess their needs closely and apprise the benefactors in Qatar of their hardship.
“We, through conveying what we saw on the ground, aim to acquaint the people with the pain of those going through a very challenging time, and raise awareness among our children and others about the vulnerable who are unable to meet their simplest needs, which are considered very unimportant to us,” said Dr Hamad Al-Jaber, supervisor of the Nebras initiative.
Participating in the aid convoys of QC on the ground in Turkey, Asma Al Hammadi, a Qatari media figure, urged the people in Qatar to contribute to QC’s ‘Warmth and Peace’ campaign to help the largest possible number of Syrian refugees and displaced persons. She also thanked QC for allowing her to be closer to the vulnerable to assess their needs.
Abdul Rahman Al-Harami, indicated that the charitable work, with the support of the benefactors in Qatar, is going on, sending a message from the Elbeyli camp to the donors in Qatar to continue supporting Qatar Charity’s ‘Warmth and Peace’ campaign, in light of the growing needs and challenging economic conditions of the vulnerable.
“This visit allowed me to participate in distributing the aid of the people of Qatar to Syrian refugees through the aid convoys of Qatar Charity’s ‘Warmth and Peace’ campaign,” said Hamad Jassim, media person, beIN SPORTS. He noted that his visit to the Elbeyli camp revealed that the aid of Qatar’s benefactors continuously reaches the refugees living in the camp.
“I was honoured to be part of Qatar Charity’s delegation visiting a Syrian refugee camp where there is a growing need in the field of food and medicine,” said Mohammed Ghanem Al-Mohannadi, expressing his delight with distributing aid to the refugees.
“It is our duty, as journalists, to shed light on the suffering of refugees and the displaced to mobilize support for them,” Muhammad Al-Hammadi, a journalist at Qatar TV.
“We are distributing the donations of the benefactors in Qatar to the refugees to contribute to alleviating their winter suffering,” said Mohsen Jassim – Wakra Live, adding that everyone can carry out charitable work.
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