(By Sheni Hamid, London):-
Clarence House, the official London residence of The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, sent a heartfelt message to the award-winning international charity AMAR, showing a strong support.
Also, the Patron of AMAR, The Clarence House pointed to the challenge which the world is facing today ‘due the COVID19 pandemic’ and thanked everyone whom showing their invaluable support to AMAR.
While the COVID-19’s intensity continuing to affect the citizens around the world, the international charity AMAR’s devoted members and volunteers keeping their stronghold towards helping the vulnerable. Consequently today, the charity delivers various benevolent services to refugees, IDPs and other under-served populations affected by human-caused and natural disasters in Iraq, Lebanon and elsewhere in the Middle East and South Asia.
As AMAR’s mission is to recover and sustain professional services in primary health care, education, water and basic needs provision for communities living under stress in war zones; in areas of civil disorder and disruption; and other complex environments; due the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic the cherished charity needs to receive a wider support and donations to be able to continue its robust stand.
Primary health care is AMAR’s main focus on the basis that a healthy population is far better equipped to develop economically and socially over the long term, in turn reducing dependence on international development aid and assistance.
(Writer is political activist based in London)
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