JHCOJordanian Hashemite Charity Organization
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Representatives of the Palestinian ministry expressed thanks to JHCO and JAF's efforts in alleviating the suffering of Gazans, especially families who have lost their homes as a result of the latest Israeli aggression on the besieged strip.
Al Kilani said, "The donation comes as part of the Rice for Life campaign launched by Emdad, which organizes emergency help in case of natural disasters or wars, in collaboration with the JHCO to stand by our people there under the prevailing difficult conditions they live.
Spokesperson of the JHCO Mohammad Kilani said the organization has so far sent 180 trucks laden with humanitarian aid and received 20 planes carrying aid to the Palestinian people.
Mustafa Al-Sayed, and JHCO Sec-Gen, Aimen Al-Mufleh, held a press conference, in which the latter praised HM the King's charity and humanitarian initiatives for various people of the world and the development projects for Syrian refugees in Jordan.
According to JHCO Secretary General Ayman Mifleh, the organization had over the past years sent 365 aid convoys to the Palestinians in the occupied West Bank and the Gaza Strip.
His Majesty the King also honored with the Order of Independence of First Class to the Civil-Military Affairs Directorate at the Jordan Armed Forces - Arab Army, and to JHCO former Secretaries-General, in recognition of their efforts in serving the organization march and achieving its humanitarian noble mission .
Secretary General of the JHCO, Ayman Mifleh, said that the two-truck convoy carries humanitarian aid, including clothes and others donated by the International Islamic Relief Organization,the Helping Hands for Relief and Development and other organizations.
On his part, JHCO Secretary General Aymen Riyadh Al-Meflah extended heartfelt thanks and appreciation to the Bahraini leadership and people for their tremendous support to the Syrian people which underscores strong ties binding both countries.
JHCO Secretary General, Ayman Mifleh, said a Royal Air Force aircraft carrying 15 tons of foodstuffs, blankets, jerry cans and mattresses will be handed to the Yemeni government to be distributed to the needy Yemini people, noting that further assistance will be sent to Yemen in the coming period.
After that, RCO Secretary-General, JHCO Secretary-General, UNICEF Representative in Jordan and representative of the Jordanian Education Ministry delivered welcoming statements.
The $1 million project, funded by JHCO, includes a mosque, library and section for teaching the Holy Quran.
Secretary General of the JHCO Ayman Mifleh said cooperation with CARE International comes to serve refugees of all nationalities, mainly the Syrians, noting that the JHCO will place all its capabilities at the service of joint projects that would contribute to alleviating the suffering of refugees inside and outside camps.