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HAI provides aid for Palestinian orphans
May 12, 2013
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Jerusalem: The UAE-based Human Appeal International (HAI) has presented cash aid for more than 1300 families who are sponsoring Palestinian orphans.

Ibrahim Rashid, director of HAI office in West Bank, said that the organisation’s office granted $200,000 for the Palestinian families in the presence of Bethlehem Governor Abdul Fattah Hamail in the West Bank and a number of Palestinian officials.

Rashid affirmed that the HAI project provides assistance to 10,000 Palestinian families at a total value of $10 million annually.

The governor of Bethlehem highlighted the prime efforts of HAI in serving the poor segments in  Bethlehem and other Palestinian Governorates, stressing that the UAE’s generous leadership and people tops the list of the supporters to the Palestinian issue.

WAM
 

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