Kuwaiti organization and GRC continue to provide assistance to Rohingya in Malaysia Reviewed by Momizat on . Kuwait continued to campaign for the relief of Rohingya Muslims in Malaysia with a delegation of Global Rohingya Center (GRC) for the second day in a row, relie Kuwait continued to campaign for the relief of Rohingya Muslims in Malaysia with a delegation of Global Rohingya Center (GRC) for the second day in a row, relie Rating: 0
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Kuwaiti organization and GRC continue to provide assistance to Rohingya in Malaysia

Kuwait continued to campaign for the relief of Rohingya Muslims in Malaysia with a delegation of Global Rohingya Center (GRC) for the second day in a row, relief programs which were included for the Rohingya refugees are providing food and material aid in the framework of mitigation of the poor living conditions of the refugees there.
Dr. Ahmed Baghdadi the supervisor of Global Rohingya Center inspected the place of residence of refugees in Langkawi Island, where dozens of Rohingya refugee families resides in different areas and suffer from bad living conditions.
Baghdadi explained that (GRC) ensures that a Rohingya refugee woman lose her baby due to lack of money after her husband’s permanent disability after being injured and the center supports family 3000 RM to follow up on the treatment of one of its members.
The Baghdadi in his interview told the Arakan News Agency that the relief work is ongoing in Arakan and they are scheduled to travel with the delegation to Penang Island to continue the distribution of food baskets and inspect the living conditions and their humanitarian situation.
It should be noted that the delegation from the Kuwait for the relief of Rohingya and (GRC) and the number of escorts arrived in Malaysia on Saturday to begin the distribution of relief and humanitarian aid to Rohingya refugees who have arrived in Malaysia in May, within a collective escape from the Myanmar’s atrocious persecution.

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