The organization of Almassar opens an office in the White Nile to serve nomads
Khartoum: Fatima Rabeh
Al-Massar Organization for nomads Development has opened an office in the White Nile State to inaugurate the work of the nomadic nomads in Cherif and the Governor of the White Nile Abdul Hamid Mousa Kasha from the National Sponsors of the Organization
Othman Hussein Abu Bakr, secretary-general of Almassar, said that the opening of the office in the White Nile State from among a number of the offices of Almassar in all the states of Sudan is important to achieve the goals sought by the organization since its establishment 17 years ago in working to respond humanitarian and effective to the nomads throughout the country besides Encouraging and facilitating practical solutions for the development of nomads in the basic needs of education, health and water, as well as empowering societies based on nature in providing the daily needs of food through the training of women and raising their capacity to cultivate and care for domestic fields. Food aid from dairy products and other things, which reduces aid dependency. He noted that the organization works to help pastoralists weather fluctuations and non-migration routes and has become a leader in supporting the return and reintegration of IDPs in Darfur to support durable solutions as well as Parts of South Kordofan In addition, the Director of Al-Massar Office in Dalang, Mr. Khalid Ahmed Hassan Shmeila, revealed this years plan in partnership with the International Aid Services Organization. In addition to providing educational services in partnership with the Swedish Child Welfare Organization and the Ministry of Education, where 8 pumps will be installed and maintained in Dalang, Al-Quoz, Liri and Abogbehah in the establishment of 30 schools for 9410 children, 7 toilets and hand-washing facilities and 40 packages of school aids and alternative education centres. 40 packages of educational materials for schools, alternative learning centres, recreational materials for students and 150 members of parent councils and educational councils Shmeila said that the activities of the track in the previous year were successfully carried out through the participation of the International Organization for Aid and Services in part, including an enlightening workshop on the education of persons with special needs for legislators, enlightening stakeholders from parents of disabled persons and the General Federation of Persons with Disabilities about responsibilities and tasks, Special Needs in strategic planning and how to implement projects. Recommendations have also been made in support of special education for adoption as local law and the maintenance of the twenty-five Dalang Al-Quoz pumps.