The Red Crescent offered food to 200 people in need in Fnideq. Among them, families of children with disabilities or cancer patients.
200 people in difficulty benefited from food baskets distributed by the Fnideq Red Crescent. Conducted In partnership with the National Initiative for Human Development (INDH) with the support of local authorities, this operation affected 55 patients suffering from renal insufficiency, 30 cancer patients, 85 parents of children with disabilities, and 30 former detainees.
An initiative that is part of the implementation of the High Royal Instructions aimed at mitigating the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis on several categories impacted by the pandemic. And as the head of the social action service at the prefecture of M’diq-Fnideq, Mohamed El Barkouki, pointed out, this operation is also in the wake of the partnership agreements signed by the INDH at with the prefecture of M’diq-Fnideq and several partners and associations active in the social field, including the National Union of Women of Morocco and the provincial office of the Moroccan Red Crescent in M’diq-Fnideq in the amount of 4 million dirhams, with a contribution of 2 MDH from the INDH.