With aid of the deputy head of mission at the sultanate’s embassy in Bangladesh, the delegation distributed a quantity of meals help to practically 1,000 households, stated a press release.
Maryam al Zadjali, chairperson, Dar al Atta’a stated, “Last January, the association inaugurated a campaign to provide relief to Rohingya Muslims fleeing from Myanmar to Bangladesh. Dar al Atta’a constantly endeavours to be helpful and generous to the needy at home and abroad. In cooperation with OCO, we visited the refugee camps and researched on what their requirements are.”
The delegation reviewed the land on which the Omani camp will be set up to help the refugees in the coming period. The camp has been set up in cooperation with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), Bangladeshi relief officials and nearby authorities. Meetings with the UN and nearby officials have been also held to go over cooperation in creating camps that will accommodate thousands of refugees and offer them with wellness and education solutions.
Information Source: Muscat Daily