DUBAI: The Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Charity and Humanitarian Establishment continues to provide humanitarian assistance to the displaced Syrians in camps along the Lebanon-Syria border where they have taken shelter.
The aid is part of the 6th phase of the establishment’s relief project, which comes in the light of its efforts to provide assistance to thousands of displaced Syrians in Lebanon, who are facing dire conditions.
In his remarks, Chancellor Ibrahim Boumelha, Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation, said that the establishment delegation headed by Saleh Zaher Saleh and other members have arrived in Beirut, the capital city of Lebanon, to supervise the delivery and distribution of assistance among the displaced Syrians.
He added that the delegation, immediately upon its arrival, started providing humanitarian aid in various fields to meet the daily needs and educational and medical requirements.
Boumelha said the Foundation has implemented the distribution of 1,570 litres of diesel fuel, the key material used by inhabitants for heating in winter, to families in the camps. The amount given to each family is enough for an entire month.