ACC launches sev­eral char­ity projects

Arab Times - - LOCAL -

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.

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