Kuwaiti char­ity or­ga­ni­za­tion pro­vides multi-pur­pose fa­cil­i­ties in Djibouti

Kuwait Times - - LOCAL -

Al-Rahma (mercy) In­ter­na­tional As­so­ci­a­tion’s multi-pur­pose build­ing com­plexes in Djibouti and Obock prov­inces, are im­por­tant fa­cil­i­ties that high­lighted the gen­eros­ity of the Kuwaiti peo­ple. The fa­cil­ity, which opened in 2007, of­fered var­i­ous kinds of ser­vices to the lo­cal pop­u­lace, Head of the Djibouti prov­ince com­plex Dr Ab­dul­lah Fa­touh, noting that it mainly catered to the health and ed­u­ca­tional needs of the Dji­boutian peo­ple.

The com­plex hosts a school and an or­phan­age that an­swered the need of over a thou­sand stu­dents and or­phans, said Dr Fa­touh. He added that the com­plex also pro­vides ser­vices to the less for­tu­nate as well as schol­ar­ships for stu­dents who ex­celled in their stud­ies.

Mean­while, head of the com­plex’s health ser­vices cen­ter and hospi­tal Dr Mo­ham­mad AlShar­qawi re­vealed that their fa­cil­ity was heav­ily sought by peo­ple due to the high stan­dard of health ser­vices. The cen­ter has the lat­est and upto-date med­i­cal gad­getry used in treat­ment, said Dr Shar­qawi who noted that more wards and de­part­ments were be­ing opened in the hospi­tal which in turn will in­crease the fa­cil­ity’s ca­pac­ity to treat and re­ceive pa­tients.

In the mean­time, head of the as­so­ci­a­tion’s pub­lic re­la­tions Dr Ah­mad Ab­del­mu­taleb said that an­other com­plex was opened in the prov­ince of Obock, 280 kilo­me­ters from the cap­i­tal city Djibouti. The fa­cil­ity played a sim­i­lar role to the one in the cap­i­tal re­gion, said the of­fi­cial, adding that the com­plex in Obock played a ma­jor role in re­ceiv­ing some 3,000 Ye­meni refugees es­cap­ing the wail of war in their coun­try. —KUNA

DJIBOUTI: A pic­ture of Al-Rahma (mercy) In­ter­na­tional As­so­ci­a­tion’s multi-pur­pose build­ing com­plexes in Djibouti. —KUNA

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