BEIRUT, Feb 24 (KUNA) -- Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) launched its 12th bread delivery project for displaced Syrian families in different parts of Lebanon on Wednesday.
The society's envoy to Lebanon Musaad Al-Enezi told KUNA that 6,000 Syrian refugee families in Tripoli, northern Lebanon will receive 14 breads on a daily basis for one month.
The project aims to ease the suffering of Syrians living in severe conditions, he said, adding that the society has delivered over 45 million bread up till now.
KRCS is currently running a campaign to aid 30,000 displaced Syrians in Lebanon, as well as a dialysis project for patients in need.
Lebanon is sheltering the majority of Syrian refugees who exceeded one million, living in different Lebanese cities in camps that lack the basic means of survival.(end)