Miss Kurds in Australia sends aid to Ranya


28/1/2019 17:52:00
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Nina Murad, Miss Kurds in Australia, has donated another $ 1 million worth of health and educational aid to Ranya. The needs will be distributed on institutions in Ranya in the next few days by a special committee.

 

Khalid Qader, director of the Rayal Center told PUKmedia that, "after Nina Murad, Miss Kurdish community in Australia, sent the first batch of aid to Rania in 2017 and 2018, she continued her efforts to ensure health and educational needs, as Nina Murad sent another batch of aids to Ranya, consisting of medical supplies and other educational needs."

 

Qader pointed out that, "in the coming days, these needs will be distributed through a special committee in cooperation with the Raparin administration on hospitals and educational centers in Ranya."

 

 

 

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