The Secretary-General of Social Affairs in the North, Ms. Manal Makkawi, accompanied by the coordinator of the protection project at the Sudanese Red Crescent Society in the state, Ms. Lubna Fath Al-Bab, inspected a number of expatriate shelters in the locality of Meroe, in the presence of the Executive Director of the locality, Ms. Sumaya Hussein, the Supreme Committee for Inventory and Accommodation of Expatriates in the locality, the Secretary of Social Affairs in the locality, Ms. Mona Hawi Al-Nabi, the supervisor of the Red Crescent, the director of the protection project, Mr. Ahmed Mudassir, and the Red Crescent emergency volunteers in the locality.
During the visit, a meal from the Red Crescent Society’s protection project was provided to a number of Karima city shelters, in addition to visiting the two-range shelter center in Meroe to identify the needs of expatriates and stand on the treatment day of the Red Crescent Medical Committee at the center.
The delegation also held a joint meeting with the Local Security Committee and the Technical Committee for Migration and Human Trafficking Issues headed by the Executive Director of the locality.
The Secretary of Social Affairs in the North praised the efforts of the executive and security agencies, the Red Crescent Society, voluntary organizations and philanthropists in supporting and providing the needs of expatriates.
In turn, the Executive Director of the locality stressed in statements to (SUNA) the importance of the visit in identifying the issues and needs of interest to expatriates closely and working to solve them, and praised the efforts of support and support for the protection project in the Red Crescent.
At the end of its visit to the locality, the delegation inspected the Dar es Salaam neighborhood in Karima and reviewed the child-friendly spaces project, the health education and awareness program, and the distribution of food to (25) families benefiting from the project to protect refugees and migrants, in addition to the recreational program for volunteers in Karima.
Source: Gulf 365