Human Appeal International carries out 138 projects in Kyrgyzstan during past two years

AJMAN — Human Appeal International, HAI, has implemented 138 social, educational and health projects during the past two years in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan, costing over AED2 million.

HAI’s projects include digging wells, installing equipment in health centres and supporting orphanages that care for over 3,300 orphans.

It has carried out seasonal programmes in Kyrgyzstan for over 10 years, such as organising Iftars for those who fast, distributing food for Zakat Al Fitr and clothes for Eid, as well as providing heating during winter.

Under the framework of the directives of Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdullah Al Nuaimi, Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Human Appeal International, to promote communication with its foreign offices, a delegation from the authority visited Kyrgyzstan, including the capital and several other locations.

The delegation, which included Mohammed Rashid Al Matrooshi, Director of the Coordination and Monitoring Office, Hussein Rostom, Director of the Internal Audit Office, and Projects Engineer, Attallah Moussa, was briefed on the projects and programmes implemented by the authority through its office in Kyrgyzstan.

During their visit to the capital, Bishkek, the delegation met with Cholpon Sultan Bekova, Deputy Prime Minister of Kyrgyzstan, who praised HAI’s efforts and its numerous projects around the country.

She also spoke highly of the charity organisation’s role and its contribution to community development, through its numerous health, educational and social projects.

The delegation also met with the Mayor of Bishkek to discuss the projects that were implemented by Human Appeal International, and how to gain maximum benefits from these projects.

Source: Emirates News Agency