The International Islamic Charitable Organization (IICO) inaugurated the city of (Sabah Al-Ahmad Charity) in the northern Syrian region to accommodate the displaced.
IICO inaugurated Kuwait Village with a generous donation from His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah, as part of its humanitarian programs to reduce the difficult conditions for most of the vulnerable Syrian refugee families.
In a press statement, IICO Chairman Dr. Abdullah Al-Maatouq said Sunday, that the opening of this village represents a first stage of the construction of the city project that includes 1,800 economic houses, health, educational and service facilities, in cooperation with Sham Al-Khair Association.
Al-Maatouq stressed that this generous donation from His Highness the Amir is a good initiative that adds to his highness record of humanitarian initiatives, tenders, donor conferences and relief villages.
He also expressed his sincere thanks for His Highness the Amir in appreciation and recognition of his great pioneering humanitarian role, which he embodied during an extended and full march to work and to help the afflicted in various parts of the world and alleviate their suffering due to conflicts, wars and natural disasters.
Source: Kuwait News Agency