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  The distribution of 1600 school bags to 1600 students in Nablus
Humanitarian Voice - 2011-09-07

Nablus City Center - archived

The Family Solidarity Charity of Nablus in the West Bank, has distributed school bags with all necessary stationary to the benefit of needy students in Nablus governorate.

In the first stage of this charitable campaign, 1000 school bags were distributed, in cooperation with Nablus educational directorate, for students in elementary and secondary levels.

The second stage was the distribution of 600 school bags , also for students in elementary and secondary levels, in cooperation with the educational directorate of South Nablus.

It is worth mentioning to say that this social solidarity charity was established during the last month of Ramadan in the governorate of Nablus to provide support and assistance to the vulnerable families, and it succeeded in collecting in-kind and cash donations.

The said charity has also provided food parcels to the benefit of around 1000 poor families , in addition to buying 2000 school bags, containing all necessary stationary.

The solidarity charity of Nablus expressed gratitude for all commercial companies, institutions, and individuals who supported its activities, stressing its role to distribute all these donations in a very transparent manner, and according to objective criteria through a database of Ministry of Social Affairs.


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