Safwat Center provides health, education services in Benin
Safwat Center of Direct Aid Society, which was established in the capital in 2007, has been offering healthy and educational services as well as psychological support for Benin’s people. The center’s schools are distinguished across the country, they have developed scientific laboratories, a library and a hospital which services more than 50,000 citizens. The number of male and female students are 500.
In an interview yesterday, the Kuwaiti Embassy’s diplomatic attache to Benin Fahad Al-Bathali extolled the projects carried out by the society that covered the country’s poorest places. He asserted that Kuwait has been named by the UN in 2014 as a “Humanitarian Center” and His Highness the Amir as a “Humanitarian Leader” for the continued humanitarian aid provided to people regardless of sex or religion.
Meanwhile, Humaid Al-Absodhy, director of the society’s office in Benin, told KUNA that the society would extend its projects to serve all people and help women and well as provide psychological support for female orphans numbering 150. He said that there was an extension on Sunday at some departments of hospital.
The Direct Aid (Africa Muslims Committee) started its works in 1981 as a voluntarily nongovernmental institution interesting in the development in the neediest places in Africa. It conducts its works in a scientific way and does not look into the individual conditions. It pays attention to the education with all its types as a basic means to change the miserable situation people facing in Africa.
Kuwaiti Embassy’s diplomatic attache to Benin Fahad Al-Bathali