As part of its ‘Warm Hearts’ winter campaign, Qatar Charity distributed winter clothes to 342 people of the orphans, the poor, and the needy in Yemen.
This assistance comes within the framework of comprehensive care programs for orphans, alleviating the suffering of poor groups and extending a helping hand to them to mitigate the risks of the severe winter cold.
Qatar Charity's assistance met the needs of orphans and painted a smile on their faces, as their parents expressed their great happiness with this assistance, as the orphan's mother
Nayef Al-Kulaisi said: "I thank the benevolent people in Qatar and Qatar Charity for adopting the winter clothes project, which came at the right time due to the need of our children for it. I am pleased with these clothes because they protect my son from the severity of the cold."
In a related way, Aziz Saleh, the grandfather of two orphans, said: “Helping orphans is a seed of good, and whoever seeks to plant it will reap its fruits in heaven.
For his part, Yahya Al-Gharsi, the uncle of one of the orphans, said: “We know that the good people in Qatar do not want our thanks, as they seek reward from God Almighty, but what they do has a great impact on the hearts of the orphans whose joy we saw today.”
It is worth noting that Qatar Charity launched the Winter Campaign last October and provided early assistance in northern Syria. It also proceeded with severe cold, rain, and snow (Qatar convoys) starting in January to help refugees and poor families. The number of these convoys is 250. It targets about half a million refugees, displaced persons, and poor families in 6 countries, Lebanon, Turkey, Pakistan, Jordan, Syria, and Yemen. The aid included the distribution of food baskets and winter supplies such as winter clothes, blankets, heaters, and heating fuel. The first stations of the campaign were from the Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon and families The needy Lebanese, where a delegation from Qatar Charity visited each of the centers of Bekaa, Akkar, and Arsal in Lebanon, and the necessary urgent requirements of shelter, food, and heating were provided.