25,000 food parcels delivered to families and workers with daily wages and those affected by the COVID 19 pandemic
And the country of humanity continues to abound on the path of goodness and benevolence. Efforts that do not depend on this path. Direct aid continued to double efforts to support all who live on this good land and extend a helping hand until they pass through the Corona crisis.
Director-General of Direct Aid Society Dr Abdullah Abdul-Rahman Al-Sumait stated, “The repercussions of COVID19 required the fear of all charitable societies. These donations come as a translation of the high and calling recommendations to strengthen cohesion and cooperation and double efforts, redoubling efforts to provide relief to those affected and effected by the pandemic, which increases Kuwait’s human balance and its giving role in the charitable field.” ”
And the only voice that breaks the ban has become these days is the voice of charities that roam in areas where families and workers need to reach what helps them to lead a decent life and provides them with the food security that helps them until they pass the crisis.
He added that “the crisis of COVID 19 left many affected, especially between the irregular employment, which numbered more than two million people inside the country, which necessitated the intervention of charitable societies with the support and supervision of the Ministry of Affairs and the cooperation and support of the Ministry of Interior, which supervised the organization with members of the special forces.”
The general manager of the society stated, “The distribution takes place with an organized mechanism, preceded by registration in the central aid system with the civil information card, and the distribution of a barcode for the beneficiaries, then directing them to the receiving sites in the ban areas, explaining that the total spent so far amounted to 2,200,000 KD for abusive families, Chronic disease patients and affected employees and to support government efforts.
These days, 1,600 food parcels are distributed daily to the affected workers registered in the aid system with the lowest number of aid workers to protect against infection, and they continue to work day and night to achieve the largest possible volume of productivity.