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After the meeting, head of the delegation and Deputy Chairman of Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) Anwar Al-Hasawi told KUNA efforts to help the Yemeni people was the main theme of the meeting, adding that all of the meeting's participants showcased strong desire to bring aid to the Yemenis.
UN agencies are rushing to bring aid into Yemen and distribute it around the country amid a five-day truce, which began late Tuesday.
A TEAM of volunteers from the Royal Charity Organisation (RCO) has begun relief operations in Nepal in collaboration with the Art of Living Foundation and the International Association for Human Values, two groups which have been working with Nepali authorities to bring aid to survivors of an earthquake.
He called on all parties to ensure that humanitarian agencies and their partners have safe and reliable access to bring aid workers and supplies into Yemen and to deliver aid to millions of people in need.
The Secretary-General calls on all parties to ensure that humanitarian agencies and their partners have safe and reliable access to bring aid workers and supplies into Yemen and to deliver aid to millions of people in need," said the statement, adding Mr.
Humanitarian groups have struggled to bring aid into the country and said the situation in Aden was deteriorating rapidly.
Turkey has so far spent more than $5 billion to bring aid to Syrian refugees living inside its borders since the civil war began.
Compassion & Choices currently has campaigns to bring aid in dying to California, Colorado, Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Jersey.
He set up a charity to bring aid to Ukrainian children in orphanages and schools, and even brought food and specialist equipment to the area himself in a truck.
The ' 80s setting of the story gives it an edge as Ron and Rayon work around the system to bring aid to HIV victims.
NNA - Russia proposed to its Western partners at the United Nations Security Council a counteroffer late Wednesday to bring aid to desperate Syrian civilians, diplomats said, AFP reported.
The crew of HMS Illustrious who cancelled their Christmas leave to help bring aid to thousands in the Philippines.