ISTANBUL, June 11 (NNN-KUNA) -- The Kuwait-based Al-Najat Charitable Society continues to hand out food parcels to Syrian families living in several areas across Turkey, said Thamer Al-Seheeb, a senior official at the society, on Saturday.
Speajing to KUNA in a statement, he added that the move aims to alleviate suffering of Syrians particularly during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.
A lot of Iftar (fast-breaking) meals were delivered to Syrian families in the areas of Reyhanli, Kirkikhan, Sanliurfa and others to make those needy people happy, he noted.
The meals cover all family members during Ramadan and the society held other meals for orphans in Kirkikhan, he said, adding that the society supports up to 2000 Syrian orphans.
The society also is keen on educating those orphans to be a scientific and cultural wealth to both the Arab and Islamic world, he said, indicating that there are some schools for Syrian children.
Source: NAM News Network