UAE Red Crescent to build new houses, community centres in Kerala

Daijiworld Media Network - Dubai (SR)

UAE, Jul 13: The UAE Red Crescent is constructing new houses and maternity centre at a cost of 10 million AED in the state of Kerala, which was ravaged by floods last year in August.

UAE filed aid team, which is overseeing the project, briefed Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, ruler's representative in Al Dhafra Region, and chairman of the Emirates Red Crescent (ERC) about the progress of the project. As reported in Khaleej times, Sheikh Hamdan called Fahad bin Abdul Rahman bin Sultan, deputy ERC secretary general for International Development and Cooperation and head of the ERC team, who briefed him about the ongoing reconstruction efforts and the coordination being made with the UAE consulate in Kerala and the Government of Kerala.

Sheikh Hamdan told Khaleej times that the UAE will spare no effort in delivering humanitarian assistance and services to countries struck by natural crisis and disasters so as to alleviate the suffering of affected people.



Title : UAE Red Crescent to build new houses, community centres in Kerala


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