ACC launches several charity projects
The African Continent Committee (ACC) in the Kuwait-based Islamic Heritage Revival Society is leaving no stone unturned in alleviating poverty and spreading Islam in Africa.
The committee has built 443 schools across the continent and has launched 14 projects in institutions and colleges as well as constructed more than 345 Islamic centers. This constitutes a huge cultural achievement for the committee.
In these Islamic centers, various Islamic sciences especially Quranic sciences and Sunna are taught without any form of extremism and terrorism.
The committee also helps in supplying clean water by digging wells due to scarcity of water.
Head of the committee Sheikh Jassem Mohammed Al-Ainati said the committee, throughout its 36-year history, has executed several charitable and construction projects that played a very significant role in supporting poor people in the African continent in all aspects of life.
He paid tribute to the Kuwaiti leadership headed by His Highness the Amir, and the government and people of Kuwait who have never hesitated even for a day to help their brothers in need everywhere.