Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS), backed by Kuwait Finance House (KFH), served an Iftar banquet to 1,000 families of Syrian refugees living in Jordan as part of a relief campaign costing USD 1.7 million.

The banquet was offered in collaboration with Jordan Red Crescent in Amman on Wednesday evening, said Abdullah Al-Saif, Manager of Social Media and PR Services Center at KFH. “During the function, Eid clothing items were distributed to the refugees and a range of festive, recreational and educational activities were held for refugee kids,” Al-Saif told KUNA.

The relief campaign continues across the Kingdom of Jordan throughout the holy month of Ramadan; it features the projects of loaf of bread, Ramadan basket, Eid clothing and distribution of 15,000 Iftar meals, he added.

The campaign, funded by KFH, targets a daily average of 500 beneficiaries, said Abdulaziz Al- Aon, a KRCS volunteer. – Kuna

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