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The Emirates Red Crescent inaugurates development projects in Comoros

 The Emirates Red Crescent (ERC) has inaugurated several development projects to support the victims of Tropical Cyclone Kenneth that struck the Comoros Islands three years ago.

Some 280,000 people will benefit from the projects, which aim to support the health and education sectors by reinforcing their capacities and improving their services.

The projects are part of the first phase of development projects carried out upon the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, and the monitoring of H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler's Representative in Al Dhafra Region and Chairman of the ERC, to provide development and humanitarian support to the people of Comoros.

The ERC has recently intensified its humanitarian and development programmes, as part of a comprehensive strategy aimed at launching projects that will achieve sustainable giving and meet human and social development needs 

Several local officials and residents thanked our country UAE and its leadership, stressing the importance of the ERC’s work in their country in easing the suffering of local communities and improving their conditions


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