BEIRUT- A delegation from the Kuwait mosques endowment center, which visited Lebanon recently as part of the 12th campaign aimed for the relief of the displaced Syrians in Lebanon, launched the biggest educational project for 8,000 displaced Syrian children in Lebanon.
Head of the delegation, Khalid Mohammed Al-Subaihi, said in a statement to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) that this distinguished educational project was launched through the cooperation of institutions and charity organizations in Kuwait including the Zakat House, Mercy International, Sheikh Abdullah Al-Nouri Charity Society, Al-Sayer Charity, Al-Budour Charity, Ahli United Bank and philanthropists.
He noted that the project also aims to assist nearly 300 Syrian teachers who support 300 families.
He said that the Kuwaiti delegation has honored, during the visit, 35 outstanding students from schools in Kuwait, within the activities of the opening of the second exhibition of the achievements of the Kuwaiti Center for the relief of displaced Syrians.
The exhibition showcased activities of the first campaign until the 12th that included all products, medical and educational facilities.-KUNA