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Expat communities benefit from Qatar's Eid food packages

Expat communities benefit from Qatar's Eid food packages

The main community organisations benefited from this project include Tunisian Community in Qatar(1,000 kits), the Bangladeshi Community-Qatar(7,050 kits), the Indian Community Benevolent Forum (2,000 kits), the Indian Cultural Centre (1,500 kits), the Kerala Muslim Cultural Centre (2,950 kits) and the Cultural Forum (500 food baskets), the Nigerian Community (1,000 kits), the Indonesian Community (500 kits), the Indian Community Center (1,300 food baskets), the Pakistani Community (4,500 food baskets), the Pakistani Women’s Association-Qatar (400 kits), the Afghan community (500 food baskets), the Helping Hands Association-Al Khor (600 kits), the Filipino Community in Qatar (9,000 kits), the Nepalese Community (5,000 kits), the Thrissur Dt Souhruda Vedi (1,000 food kits), the Kerala Cultural Center (1,100 kits), the Sri Lankan Community Development Forum (2,100 kits), Ughandan community (700 kits), the Sri Lankan Coordination Committee (1,500 kits) and the Kenyan community in Qatar (1,000 kits). The MoI, in cooperation with MADLSA, set up separate google registration links for each community and community organisations. These are in addition to a general registration form by the MoI in order to reach the benefit for those who are not associated with any community organisations. The authorities have taken steps to ensure that deserved persons in each community receive the aid. And the kits were distributed through the community organisations that delivered to those who completed registration. These organisations deputed volunteers who approached the beneficiaries at their door steps.

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