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RACA launches ‘Lebanon in Our Hearts’ campaign

هيئة تنظيم الأعمال الخيرية تدشن حملة لبنان في قلوبنا


The Regulatory Authority for Charitable Activities (RACA) in cooperation with Qatar Charity (QC) and the Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS), launched a fund raising campaign aiming at supporting the brotherly Lebanese people, following the tragic disaster that struck the port of Beirut, in line with the position of the State of Qatar towards the Lebanese people. This launch comes after the explosion that rocked the capital, Beirut, on Tuesday, and left hundreds of people, killed, injured or missing, in addition to the massive material damage. It is worth mentioning that the Qatari Government has promptly responded to the call made by the Lebanese government yesterday evening.

The campaign aims to collect what the Qatari community provides to the Lebanese people, and turn it into relief materials covering the areas of health, shelter, food, other non-food items, and reconstruction. ‘’RACA is launching the ‘Lebanon in Our Hearts’ campaign in cooperation with QC and QRCS to support our Lebanese sisters and brothers in the wake of the tragic disaster that struck the port of Beirut and as part of the position of Qatar in sharing their plight,’’ the Regulatory Authority tweeted yesterday sharing campaign poster. Meanwhile, Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) also announced in a statement yesterday that it has launched QR50m fund-raising for Beirut relief. QRCS has initiated an immediate response to the huge explosion in Beirut. A group from its representation mission in Lebanon accompanied colleagues from the Lebanese Red Cross in a field visit to gather information and assess the needs.

Under an approval from the RACA, QRCS launched a fundraising campaign titled “Heart for Lebanon”, to support the Lebanese people The disaster resulted in dozens of casualties, overcrowded hospitals, destruction of the wheat stock, and halt of life in whole districts. To alleviate the impact on the people of Beirut, a total of QR50m will be raised to provide relief, medical and food aid, emergency shelter, and other forms of humanitarian support for the benefit of 300,000 affected people.

The relief plan involves the phases as under immediate response, food aid, makeshift shelters, and support of health facilities for the benefit of 55,000 people. Under mediumterm response, monthly food provisions, cash aid, and restoration of damaged homes for the benefit of 25,000 people. However, under the recovery and capacity-building, enhancement of health services, development of medical skills, and awareness raising will be made for the benefit of 300,000 people

QRCS urged people to contribute to this humanitarian campaign, by donating via QRCS’s website (www.qrcs. org.qa), donor service line (66666364), or home collector service (33998898). QRCS also already activated its Disaster Management Center to outline an immediate humanitarian intervention plan in response to the huge explosion in Beirut, Lebanon.

Source: thepeninsulaqatar

الدوحة – قنا:

دشنت هيئة تنظيم الأعمال الخيرية حملة /لبنان في قلوبنا/، بالتعاون مع جمعية قطر الخيرية، والهلال الأحمر القطري، بهدف دعم الشعب اللبناني الشقيق، والوقوف معه إثر الكارثة المأساوية التي أصابت ميناء بيروت، وتجاوبا مع موقف دولة قطر المشاطر للأشقاء اللبنانيين في محنتهم.

يأتي هذا التدشين جراء الانفجار المروع الذي هز العاصمة بيروت، أول أمس الثلاثاء، وراح ضحيته مئات الأشخاص ما بين قتيل ومصاب وفقيد، عدا الخسائر المادية، علما بأن حكومة دولة قطر قد سارعت في التجاوب مع النداء الذي أطلقته الحكومة اللبنانية مساء أمس.

وقد بدأت هيئة تنظيم الأعمال الخيرية وجمعية قطر الخيرية، والهلال الأحمر القطري، ترتيباتهم المتسارعة بهدف التجهيز لمد يد العون للأشقاء في لبنان لتغطية ما أصاب المتضررين جراء هذه الكارثة.

وتهدف الحملة إلى جمع ما يقدمه المجتمع القطري لأشقائه اللبنانيين، وتحويله إلى مواد إغاثية تغطي مجالات الإغاثة العاجلة، والصحة، والإيواء، والأمن الغذائي، والمواد غير الغذائية الأخرى، وإعادة الإعمار.

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