Dar al Atta’a worked in the course of the year on a quantity of programmes such as the Families Care, Students Care, Let us Read, Enable, Disaster Relief, Islamic Values, and particular programmes like Voluntary Sector Governance, and the Rohingya Campaign.
Building homes comes below the Families Care programme which consists of developing, upkeep and furnishing of homes, payment of water and electrical energy bills and other issues which concern the family members. In addition to developing ten homes in 2018, the organisation also did upkeep function of 14 homes in the year. So far, it has supported upkeep function of 500 homes.
Dar al Atta’a also supplied college meals to a lot more than two,000 students and supplied a lot more than three,000 college bags and college uniforms below the Students Care programme. Under the Disaster Relief programme, the charity performed a campaign to help Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. The campaign incorporated visits to refugees there in cooperation with the Oman Charitable Organization.
Under the slogan ‘Together for Oman’, Dar al Atta’a helped in the upkeep function of 45 homes in Dhofar governorate in the aftermath of Cyclone Mekunu.
Dr Shamsa al Harthea, common manager, stated, “With a bright start for 2019, Dar al Atta’a is very grateful to everyone who contributed and donated to the success of the association’s work in one way or another. We are working to help everyone knocking on the doors of the association. We also have new plans for this year, through which we seek to help the largest number of deserving families.”
Information Source: Muscat Daily