Kuwait donates $795,000 to charities
Kuwaiti Ambassador to Jordan Hamad AlDuaij has handed a sum of $795,000 to Jordanian charities in order to alleviate the sufferings and woes of Syrian and Jordanian orphans. The ambassador said the financial aid, provided by Kuwaiti charities, is part of Kuwait’s humanitarian efforts instructed by the Gulf nation’s political leadership with a view to helping the needy in brotherly and friendly countries. Kuwait’s fresh aid also aims to help the Jordanian government respond to the reflections of the current regional challenges and developments, he added. The money was provided by Kuwait’s Social Reform Society and Islamic Heritage Revival Society, he pointed out. Kuwaiti charities have been providing humanitarian and relief aid to the needy and orphans in Jordan, especially since the outbreak of the Syrian crisis. —KUNA
KUWAIT: In collaboration with Kuwait Cardiologists Syndicate and Kuwait Cardiology Society, Sabah AlAhmed Center for Giftedness and Creativity (SACGC) will launch a full week activities to celebrate the World Cardiology Day (October 13-19) at the Avenues Mall. SACGC said that the activities would be on from 10:00am to 10:00pm.