Kuwaiti charity organization provides multi-purpose facilities in Djibouti
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