Rahma Int'l launches drinking water project in Turkey

By Taha Ouda

ISTANBUL, May 26 (KUNA) — Rahma International launched a project in Turkey to distribute drinking water to Syrian refugees.
The announcement of the project came couple of days after His Highness the Amir Sheikh Sabah Al-Ahmad Al-Jaber Al-Sabah attended World Humanitarian Summit that was held in the Turkish City of Istanbul on May 23-24.
The project will provide a five-liter buckets of drinking water, with a distribution capacity of 4,000 buckets per day, Rahma International Secretary-General Yahya Al-Ogaili told KUNA, on Thursday.
The project translates the Kuwaiti leadership commitment to support the Syrian people, who suffer from lack of fresh waters in their refugee camps, he said.
Rahma International, an affiliate of Social Reform Society, will continue giving life-saving assistance to the Syrian people. (end) ta.nfm

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