QC Launches Eid Drive 'Udhiyah' for 1.2 Million Beneficiaries Internationally

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Qatar Charity (QC) launched the 2021 Eid Al-Adha drive (Udhiyah), aiming to benefit 1.2 million people in 33 countries, including Qatar, at an estimated cost of nearly 34.5 million Qatari Riyals.

The campaign, with the support from the people in Qatar, seeks to provide 63,000 Udhiyah to the expected beneficiaries.

This years Udhiyah drive comes as an extension of Qatar Charitys successful Ramadan of Hope campaign to support low-income households, widows, workers, expatriate families in Qatar, help the poor, the displaced, and refugees worldwide, and draw a smile on the faces of underprivileged children, orphans, COVID-affected people and families across the globe on the joyous occasion of Eid Al-Adha.

On the occasion of Eid Al-Adha, Qatar Charity urges benefactors to donate to the Udhiyah campaign to maximize the number of beneficiaries within and outside Qatar.

 

Within Qatar, the drive aims to provide 5,000 Udhiyah, valued at over 3.8 Qatari riyals, to 46,500 expected beneficiaries from low-income and expatriate families and coronavirus-affected people.

Outside Qatar, Qatar Charity seeks to distribute nearly 85,018 Udhiyah in 32 African, Asian and European countries, where 1,160,360 people are expected to benefit from the drive, at an estimated cost of 30.7 million Qatari riyals.

The campaign focuses on those going through exceptional circumstances like the internally displaced Syrians, Syrian refugees in neighboring countries, the Rohingya and Palestinian refugees, and the internally displaced in Yemen, Somalia and other countries.

Qatar Charity aims to distribute Udhiyah in Palestine, Somalia, Tunisia, Lebanon, Sudan, Kenya, Mali, Togo, Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Benin, Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kosovo, the Philippines, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ghana, Turkey, Jordon, Ethiopia, Senegal, Gambia, Chad, Yemen, Montenegro, Ivory Coast, South Africa, and Morocco. (QNA)

Source: QNA

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