GICDF

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GICDFGaddafi International Charity and Development Foundation (Libya)
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"The projects aim at helping the return of 200,000 displaced persons to their villages" in Darfur, Mashallah Zwei of the Brothers of the South Society, an affiliate charity of GICDF told AFP.
A statement from the charity organization headed by Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi in Tripoli said the center, which is made up of three floors each with an area of 6,000 square meters, represented one of the biggest development and educational projects by GICDF, and has benefitted hundreds of students from the Pakistani city.
Saif Al-Islam said during a speech at the ceremony that an agreement was signed on Monday between GICDF the UN agency focusing on the rebuilding of 1,250 houses for Palestinians in Gaza whose houses were razed down during the Israeli aggression on Gaza in the late 2008 and early 2009.
The agreements were signed by the chairman of GICDF, Dr.
Saif Al-Islam said the situation had improved in the Gaza Strip since GICDF sent a humanitarian ship 'Al-Amel' in an attempt to break Israeli blockade.
Executive Director of GICDF Yousef Al-Sawani had denied that volunteers on
An agreement was struck between the Egyptian authorities and the GICDF whereby the 2000 tonnes of aid would reach Gaza from the Egyptian El-Arish port.
The GICDF said that its conditions were accepted by the Israeli and Egyptian sides that cement and steel needed for construction of over five thousand homes destroyed by the Israeli army are to be allowed to enter the strip for the first time.
The GICDF said that the Israelis also accept the spending of $50 million donated by Libya to rebuild homes in Gaza before the start of the winter.
The GICDF will donate 63,000 EUR that will cover the overall centre costs till the end of 2010.
Youssef Sawani, GICDF Executive Director, who stressed the common interests and view between the two organizations.
Al-Alaqhi said the GICDF and Libya of Tomorrow Project recently launched by Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi helped the creation of "rights' demand" culture among the citizens.