Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs Launches Custodian of Two Holy Mosques' Gift Programs for Distributing Dates and Iftar for Muslims in Niger

Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs Launches Custodian of Two Holy Mosques' Gift Programs for Distributing Dates and Iftar for Muslims in Niger

The Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Dawah and Guidance, in cooperation with the Saudi Embassy in the Republic of Niger, has launched the Custodian of Two Holy Mosques' two gift programs for distributing dates and Iftar for Muslims in the Republic of Niger.

The Ramadan Iftar Program aims to set up group iftar tables in mosques and Islamic centres, benefiting thousands of Muslims.

Recent humanitarian aid from the Kingdom amounted to 65 tons of dates and 17,645 food baskets.

These programs come within the framework of the continuous support provided by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to the Republic of Niger.

The Kingdom's support goes beyond food aid and also includes supporting development projects in the Republic of Niger.

The Kingdom supports Niger in the field of water by drilling nearly 300 wells and building and equipping seven maternal and child health centres in seven regions of Niger.

These programs strengthen the ties of brotherhood and solidarity between the two countries and their peoples and embody the spirit of Islamic solidarity among Muslims worldwide.

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