UAE relief aid reaches the villages of Sudan’s “Northern State” most affected by the floods


The field teams of the Emirates Red Crescent distributed food baskets and shelter materials to Sudanese families affected by torrential rains and floods in the villages of Dongola locality in the Northern State, benefiting more than 7,000 people to help them overcome the difficult humanitarian conditions they live in.

The aid comes within the framework of the UAE’s ongoing relief and humanitarian efforts on the Sudanese scene, within the relief air bridge that the state operated to help the brothers who were affected by the torrential rains that hit a number of states and villages.

The residents of the villages of Dongola locality expressed their thanks and gratitude to the UAE leadership, government and people for their support and assistance to the Sudanese people who are facing the worst humanitarian catastrophe that has left great losses in lives and property.

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For his part, Al-Baqer Ahmed Ali, the designated Wali of the Northern State, said in statements to the Emirates News Agency, WAM, that the UAE relief and humanitarian efforts to support Sudanese families affected by torrential rains and floods and support them with food, accommodation and medicine contribute to staving off risks and alleviating the difficult humanitarian conditions witnessed by the residents of the state. North.

He added that the UAE relief aid to the Sudanese people in these difficult circumstances reflects the precious metal of the UAE and its honorable people who stood with us in the face of the catastrophe that befell us.

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For his part, Fath Al-Rahman Awad Idris said, “We thank the Emirates and the Emirates Red Crescent teams that have taken the trouble to travel and reach us in our regions to provide food and shelter support for us and our children, who were happy with the arrival of the UAE aid, which brought goodness to the people of Sudan.”

For his part, Mohammed Al Haj Abdul Rahman said we thank the Emirates Red Crescent for its great relief efforts and support for the affected families, which is a continuation of the UAE’s continuous support to the Sudanese people since the era of the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, and the wise leadership is following his approach to continue the path of giving. The UAE is in the rescue of the desperate and extending a helping hand and assistance to the needy.

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It is worth noting that the field teams of the Emirates Red Crescent continue their relief work in the Sudanese arena in order to enhance the response and speed in helping the brothers, providing a helping hand and alleviating the difficult humanitarian conditions that have engulfed the afflicted areas in Sudan.

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