Qatar Charity launches ‘Labbeh Gaza’ campaign

Qatar Charity launches ‘Labbeh Gaza’ campaign


Qatar Charity (QC) launched the ‘Labbeh Gaza’ campaign, aiming to provide the essential needs of the people in the Gaza Strip in the areas of food, shelter, and medicine. The campaign aims to benefit 550,000 persons, with a total cost estimated at QR 40 million.

The campaign aims to provide aid in four main areas: food, health, shelter, and education. In the food sector, the aid includes food packages, ready-to-eat meals, and others. Shelter assistance encompasses tents, caravans, renovating home, and building housing units. Health aid consists of medical supplies, medicines, health sector support, and hospital renovations. Education support involves renovating and building schools and universities and providing scholarships. Assistance under the ‘Labbeh’ campaign will be provided during the month of Dhu al-Hijjah and the subsequent months, utilizing available means, whether through the Qatari airlift in collaboration with relevant Qatari bodies, or through Qatar Charity via accessible crossings such as the Rafah Crossing (via Egypt) or the Karem Abu Salem crossing (via Jordan), or in collaboration with international organizations such as UNRWA and others.

Mr. Ahmad Yousef Fakhroo, CEO's assistant for the Resources Development and Media sector at Qatar Charity, stated that Qatar Charity has dedicated this campaign to the first ten days of the month of Dhul-Hijjah, which are considered the best days to compete in doing good deeds.  He indicated that the campaign came due to the worsening humanitarian situation in Gaza, which is further exacerbated by the acute shortage of basic necessities. He urged the generous people in Qatar, who always aid the needy, to continue supporting the people of Gaza. Their support will help meet the essential needs of the people of Gaza and alleviate their suffering, especially during these blessed days.

Qatar Charity accepts donations through its website, mobile app, and digital tools. One can contribute through this link: [].

Also, a ‘Home Collector’ can be requested through the app (, in addition to dialing 44920000 for this purpose. Furthermore, benefactors can donate at Qatar Charity’s branches, as well as at its collection points in the commercial complexes.

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QC Implements ‘Providing Drink

Through its office in the Strip and in cooperation with Ghaith for Relief and Development, QC has recently started implementing ‘Providing Drinking Water’ project to the poor. More than 3,000 poor families are expected to benefit from it. It will take around 8 months for the project to be implemented at a cost of 262,000 QR. Kidney Diseases The Municipalities in the Strip provide the citizens with salty water only, which could cause many different diseases such as kidney diseases. Therefore, QC decided to implement this project in order to provide the poor families with good drinking water. Eng. Mohammed Abu Halloub, QC’s Office Director in the Strip, said that this project is being implemented because QC wants to alleviate the sufferings of those who cannot afford to get good drinking water, and to prevent the diseases spread because of water pollution. He also emphasized the fact that water projects are on the top QC’s priorities’ list since the siege and the attacks on the Strip have destroyed all of the water networks, which were not even sufficient. QC, as he also mentioned, will not spare an effort until it has helped the needy families and offered a good living opportunities for the needy; whether through relief or development projects. Water Crisis The Strip’s aquifer is both polluted and empty which made the Strip suffer from a dire water crisis. As a result, the Gazan families who are financially stable buy filtered water, while the poor families still use the brackish water provided by the municipalities. To help face this crisis, QC is implementing a project to filter rainwater and to inject it into the aquifer in around 30 public schools. The UN had already warned from the worsening situation of water in the Strip. According to the UN’s report, if the current conditions remain the same, the situation in 2016 will be catastrophic. The Strip is in great need for desalination plants a hundred times more than roads. Reconstruction of Gaza After all the destruction and wreckage the last aggression on the Strip caused, QC spared no effort to help rebuild the Strip. More than 2,000 people were martyred during the aggression, 11,200 were injured, and thousands of families, whose houses were demolished, were displaced. Furthermore, many infrastructure facilities such as roads, hospitals, schools, and factories were destroyed. The last brutal attack on the Gaza Strip caused the loss of so many people, houses, and facilities. 2,139 were martyred: 579 of them were children, 264 of them were women, and 102 were elders. 11,200 people were injured: 25% of them became handicapped. 1,000 children became permanently disabled. 2,088 women, 3,374 children and 410 old people were injured. 1,200 families lost their breadwinners. 90 families were entirely eliminated and 49 massacres were executed. In addition, 466,000 citizens were displaced, 2,360 houses were completely destroyed, 13,644 houses were partly destroyed, 30,000 workers lost their jobs, and 134 factories were completely demolished. The destruction of Gaza cost a financial loss of 3,500,000,000 USD.   You can donate to support such projects through the link: Click here


The Annual Assembly of QC’s Fi

Held in Doha and entitled “We Meet to Develop”, the annual assembly of QC’s field offices came out with a number of recommendations for the development of QC’s field humanitarian works. During the closing session, after the recommendations were presented, Mr. Faisal Rashid al-Fahida, the Executive Director of Operations, distributed honorary certificates and shields to the participants from QC’s field offices for their efforts in observing and implementing the society’s projects around the world. Investing Opportunities This assembly is part of QC’s continuous efforts in developing its capabilities, investing all of the available opportunities, and involving its field offices in doing so.    Held from 13th to 17th of December, the assembly set a number of goals: Reinforcing the communications and information exchange among the field offices and between the central office and the field offices. Presenting QC’s main frameworks and ensuring they are accurately implemented, and continuously developed. Discussing and approving the field offices’ annual plans for the year 2016. Development Strategy In order to achieve these goals, the assembly came out with a number of recommendations, the main of which are: encouraging the field offices to work by the policies, regulations, procedures, and equipment approved by the central office; involving the field offices in setting, reviewing, and developing these regulations; reinforcing the coordination between the central office and the field offices according to the highest standards; supporting the field offices to seize the best cooperation opportunities with other humanitarian and related organizations; making extra efforts to develop the human resources according to a special training strategy; reviewing the 2016 annual plans in the light of what was discussed in the assembly and approving them before the beginning of the year; and holding the assembly annually under the title “QC’s Humanitarian and Development Forum” according to the vision reached in the assembly. One Entity Mr. Yousef bin Ahmed Al-Kuwari, QC’s CEO,   emphasized that the central office is concerned with the association’s organizational development. He referred to the central office and the field offices as a single entity that should exert its maximum efforts to achieve the best efficiency and effectiveness. He also congratulated everyone on their contributions to the success of the assembly, wishing the participants from the field offices a safe homeward travel. At the end, he stressed on the necessity to make use of the recommendations which were presented during the assembly. Mr. al-Fahida thanked the participants for their efforts in describing the reality of humanitarian field work. He pointed that the assembly clarified all the obstacles that hindered the humanitarian field work. He added that the assembly also discussed all the suitable solutions for these obstacles. He finally commended the role of the assembly in enhancing the humanitarian fieldwork. A number of field offices’ directors praised the assembly and the importance of the discussed issues and recommendations in developing the fieldwork. For example; Mr. Karam Zainhom, QC’s office director in Indonesia, said that the assembly would certainly improve the skills of the workers in the field offices.  Mr. Mohammed Hussein, QC’s office director in Somalia, said that he had high hopes in the outcomes of the assembly and their impact on improving the fieldwork. He added that it allowed the participants to become familiar with the actual framework in QC, and gave the field offices a chance to learn from each other. “I hope such assemblies are held annually,” said he. Rapid Intervention Having 19 offices around the world, QC has the ability to rapidly intervene in case of catastrophes. This also enables it to observe its development and construction projects and supervise its sponsored orphans, students, needy families, and disabled people. The assembly was attended by representatives of the field offices from: Sudan, Mali, Mauritania, Somalia, Bosnia, Albania, Kosovo, Pakistan, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Niger, Yemen, Tunisia, Comoros, Kenya, Chad, and Djibouti. It is worth mentioning that QC is planning to open new field offices in Morocco, Jordan, Turkey, Nepal, India, Sri Lanka, and Ghana.    You can donate to support such projects through the link: Click here


QC Distributes Relief Aids to

The aids, from which 585 families benefited, included foodstuffs and cleaning materials. Sheikha Hessa bint Khalifa Al Thani, “I thank QC for its efforts in relieving the displaced Syrians and refugees, and distributing aids to the Yemeni refugees. With the participation of Sheikha Hessa bint Khalifa Al Thani, the Arab League’s Special Envoy for Humanitarian Affairs and QC’s Goodwill Ambassador, QC distributed humanitarian relief aids to the Yemeni refugees in the coastal region of Obock. From which 585 Yemeni families in Obock benefited, the aids included basic foodstuffs and cleaning materials. Easy and Accurate Sheikha Hessa participated in the distribution of the aids which reached all Yemeni families in Djibouti. She also visited QC’s office in Djibouti to review with its staff the conditions of the Yemeni refugees and what they would need in the future. The aids were distributed in coordination with the concerned authorities including ONARS (the Organisation National d’Assistance aux Réfugiéset Sinistrés), government representatives in Obock, and representatives of the Yemeni refugees in the city. This cooperation led to the ease and accuracy of distribution to all refugees. Relieving the Sufferance Mr. Faisal Rashid al-Fahida, QC’s Executive Director of Operations, said that QC proved its ultimate commitment to provide the Yemeni refugees with the necessary aids, hoping to relieve their sufferance and secure a better life for them. He emphasized that QC gave priority in its relief projects to the people inside Yemen, where many could have no access to potable water, food, or medicine. Mr. Al- Fahida added that QC would exert extra efforts in the future with all partners concerned with the Yemeni people (inhabitants and refugees) to meet their most pressing humanitarian needs. Deliberative Conference On a related matter, Sheikha Hessa commended QC’s efforts in relieving the affected people specially the displaced Syrians and refugees. She mentioned her previous participation in inaugurating several projects implemented by QC near the Syrian Turkish borders. She also praised QC’s responsiveness with her initiative to distribute relief aids to Yemeni refugees in Obock region. The Sheikha’s words were delivered in the deliberative conference to which she had invited all local and foreign Arabic and Islamic charity organizations in Djibouti last Wednesday. The conference was part of the League of Arab State’s plan to develop its humanitarian work and activate the Arabic coordination mechanism. She also said that her role was to pay field visits, present studies to the concerned ministerial councils, and contact national and international organizations to coordinate the humanitarian work, Yemen, We are With You QC opened an office in Djibouti to provide humanitarian aids to the Yemeni refugees and coordinate the funding and implementation of relief projects in Yemen in addition to offering relief aids to the poor in Djibouti. QC inaugurated in the beginning of the Yemeni crisis a relief campaign entitled “Yemen,We are With you”. The objective was to raise 36,500,000 QR to provide about 1,260,000 Yemenis with food and medicine. It also supervised the distribution of 240 tons of varied Qatari aids that had been airlifted to Djibouti–Ambouli International Airport. In addition, QC hosted the deliberative conference that discussed the humanitarian conditions in Yemen and was attended by numerous humanitarian organizations from the Arab Gulf and the Islamic World. The conference drew a plan for rapid humanitarian intervention and distributed the roles among humanitarian actors who announced their commitment to offering rapid humanitarian aids. QC was the first Qatari humanitarian association that to relieve the people affected by the Chapala cyclone which hit the island “Socotra” and a number of Coastal cities in Yemen. It immediately implemented a relief campaign from which 3,000 displaced people benefited. More than 936,000 people benefited from the relief aids assigned to Yemen in 2015 at a cost of 24,700,000 QR.   You can donate to support such projects through the link: Click here


قطر الخيرية توزع وجبات غذائية

في إطار الجهد الإغاثي المتواصل لإيصال المساعدات لإخواننا في مدينة "مضايا" السورية المحاصرة، فقد تمكنت قطر الخيرية من ايصال وتوزيع وجبات غذائية ولحوم للمحاصرين في المدينة المنكوبة بالتعاون مع جمعية الرحمة العالمية في  إطار شراكاتها مع المنظمات الدولية الانسانية. وتعد هذه المساعدات هي الاولى من نوعها وستتلوها مساعدات أخرى خلال الفترة القادمة، وقد فتحت قطر الخيرية باب التبرع لسكان مدينة "مضايا" المحاصرة في إطار حملة سوريا "سوريا ..شتاء لا ينتهي" بالإضافة إلى اللحوم الطازجة والوجبات فقد شملت المساعدات اعداد أطعمه جاهزة مكونة من: القمح، العدس، الحمص والفاصوليا، السميد، السكر، الذرة والارز. وتناشد قطر الخيرية في هذا الظرف القاهر المحسنين الكرام وأهل الخير من القطريين والمقيمين على مضاعفة تبرعاتهم والوقوف إلى جانب إخوانهم السوريين المحاصرين في مضايا والذين يتهددهم الجوع والموت نتيجة الحصار. كما يمكن التبرع في وجبات جاهزة لسكان "مضايا" عبر رسائل SMS  ، قم بإرسال كلمة " مضايا" ، على الرقم 92642 للتبرع بقيمة 100 ريالا ، وعلى الرقم 92428 للتبرع بقيمة 500 ريال ، وعلى الرقم 92429  للتبرع بقيمة  1000 ريال، أو الاتصال على الخط الساخن لقطر الخيرية 44667711 و تشير تقارير المنظمات الانسانية الدولية إلى أن معظم المتوفين هم من الأطفال الرضع والمسنين،  بسبب نقص الحليب الذي يعد السبب الرئيسي في موت الرضع، ويواجه عشرات الآلاف من سكان "مضايا" وممن تبقى من سكان مدن وبلدات محاصرة في ريف دمشق الغربي مثل "الزبداني" و"بقين"، الموت جراء الحصار، وتفاقم الوضع مع بدء تساقط الثلوج في المنطقة. الجدير بالذكر أن قطر الخيرية قد دشنت حملتها "سوريا ..شتاء لا ينتهي"، من منطقة الريحانية الواقعة على الحدود التركية من أجل توفير مستلزمات الدفء للنازحين في الداخل السوري، واللاجئين في جنوب تركيا، حيث اشتملت الدفعة الأولى من مساعدات الحملة على أكثر من 250.000 قطعة، ويستفيد منها حوالي 508.000 شخص. كما قام وفد قطر الخيرية بتوزيع 2000 سلة غذائية على اللاجئين السوريين في مدينة الريحانية المحاذية للمنطقة الحدودية، حيث استفاد منها 10.000شخص. وفيما يتعلق بجهود قطر الخيرية المتواصلة للتخفيف من معاناة اللاجئين والنازحين في لبنان، فقد استفاد حوالي 10,000 لاجئ سوري بمدينة عرسال اللبنانية من مشروع إغاثي نفذته قطر الخيرية، وقد تمثل المشروع الإغاثي في توفير سلل غذائية لمدة 3 أشهر لصالح 1650 عائلة متواجدة بمخيمات: كويت الخير، ويسار إدلب، والنور، ومساكن القلمون، والبنيان السابع، والزعيم، ومخيم الرحمة. وفي سياق متصل فقد وزعت قطر الخيرية من خلال مشروعها "ركيزة حياة" كميات من المواد الأساسية بـ 15 مخيما للاجئين السوريين بلبنان بتكلفة بلغت 1,825,000 ريال، ويأتي هذا المشروع الذي استفاد منه حوالي 8400 لاجئ سوري بلبنان في إطار جهود قطر الخيرية لمواجهة الظروف الصعبة التي يعاني منها اللاجئ السوري بلبنان في ظل عاصفة "فلاديمير" التي تضرب لبنان هذه الأيام، وفي ظل الأوضاع المعيشية المتدنية لسكان المخيمات وعجزهم عن توفير وسائل الحياة الضرورية. للتبرع لحملة "سوريا ..شتاء لا ينتهي" ويمكن للراغبين التبرع لحملة "سوريا ..شتاء لا ينتهي"، من خلال مصرف الريان حساب رقم: IBAN/QA40MAFR000000000003111111001، أو من خلال موقع الجمعية ، أو من خلال مقر الجمعية الرئيس وفروعها داخل الدولة، ومنافذ التحصيل الموجودة في المجمعات التجارية . كما يمكن التبرع لحملة شتاء سوريا عبر رسائل SMS  ، بإرسال كلمة " سوريا" ، على الرقم 92632 للتبرع بقيمة 50 ريالا ، وعلى الرقم 92642 للتبرع بقيمة 100 ريال ،  وعلى الرقم 92428 للتبرع بقيمة 500 ريال ، وعلى الرقم 92429  للتبرع بقيمة  1000، كما خصصت الحملة الرقم الساخن 44667711 للتبرع والرد على استفسار يتصل بالحملة .    كما يمكنكم المساهمة في دعم مشاريعنا لصالح اللاجئين السوريين من خلال الرابط : اضغط هنا


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