Kuwait executes humanitarian projects in Tanzania

Kuwait Ambassador to Tanzania Jassem Al-Najem inaugurates charitable projects
Kuwait Ambassador to Tanzania Jassem Al-Najem inaugurates charitable projects

KUWAIT, Jan 31 (KUNA) — The State of Kuwait Ambassador to Tanzania Jassem Al-Najem has inaugurated charitable projects in the Tanzanian city Dar es Salam.
The ventures, executed and supervised by the African Muslim Committee of the Kuwaiti Direct Aid Society, include expanding school classes, building an orphanage house and digging an oil well.
Ambassador Al-Najem stated that care for the education and orphans constitute main feature of Kuwait’s charity work. The State of Kuwait has a humanitarian message for peoples in all corners of the world, he said, affirming the Kuwaiti aid has reached most of the globe regions.
The expanded classes are located within premises of Al-Farouq Center that had been built with donations from the Kuwaiti society, under supervision of the late philanthropist, Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Sumait. The center receives more than 600 students.
It also includes an orphanage house that shelters 147 orphans, a health center that provides treatment to the pupils and the orphans.
A number of Kuwaiti charities are executing a number of humanitarian ventures in Tanzania — such as building mosques, schools, digging wells and supporting orphans. (end) mab.rk