Sheikh Thani Bin Abdullah Foundation for Humanitarian Services (RAF) is playing a leading role in providing humanitarian aid to troubled areas in the Middle East.
The Sheikh Thani Bin Abdullah Foundation for Humanitarian Services, also known as RAF has been committed to their mission of providing humanitarian to needs, especially to war torn Middle Eastern nations like Syria and Yemen.
The foundation has provided over 60 tonnes of humanitarian aid to Yemen in the past few weeks alone. The aid came in food packages of flour, baby milk formula and basic foods, as well as medicine and medical supplies.
RAF’s help to the Syrian people does not come to those in conflict zones alone, they have also launched several programs in Lebanon and Turkey to aid refugees who have escaped the war.
In recent events, RAF committed 850 thousand QR to train and employ 1500 Syrian men in Turkey. The program aims to train the men in various crafts and professions, to help them secure job opportunities and earn a living.
A similar project was launched in Lebanon, where RAF was able to raise 720 thousand QRto establish a center for Syrian widows. The center will help 2500 women under the age of 50, and provide them with workshops in such as sewing, cooking and sweet making, which they can employ for an income. The center will also offer them counseling, therapy and some recreational activities.
And in Yemen, despite the difficult times the country is passing through, Sheikh Thani Bin Abdullah Foundation for Humanitarian Services (RAF) provided treatment to 286 cancer patients around the country.
Continuing their mission to educate over 45 thousand children in 20 underdeveloped countries in Asia and Africa, the charity committed 2 million QR to aid students in Kenya. The money was invested in school uniforms and bags to 770 thousand boys and girls, as well as food boxes for their families.