The Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Sheikh Al-Taher Al-Zawi Charitable Foundation, Mr. Salem Abdel Salam, met with the Director of Programs and Projects Department of the Italian HelpCode Organization, Mr. David, during his visit to Libya in the context of following up the progress of the relief projects for migrants in the shelters of the capital, Tripoli.
Which is implemented by the relief team of the Sheikh Al-Taher Al-Zawi Charitable Foundation, where an agreement was signed between the Staco Foundation and the Italian organization in early February 2018, according to which relief aid is provided to migrants in Tripoli’s shelters, which contributes to alleviating the harsh ordeal they are going through.
Mr. David praised “the efforts of the Staco Foundation in providing the necessary services and necessary supplies to vulnerable groups since its establishment in 2011.”
He also expressed his thanks and appreciation to the Foundation “for providing the opportunity and facilitating the visit of the Italian organization’s team to the migrant shelters in Tripoli.”
For his part, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of STACO stated, “This humanitarian support comes within the framework of the efforts made by the Foundation to relieve migrants in shelter centers, and to improve the humanitarian conditions in the centers, through the adoption of many relief projects in various humanitarian sectors and in cooperation and coordination with helpcode organization Italian “.
He stressed, “The Foundation will continue to conclude agreements with institutions and humanitarian organizations, especially those whose activities are based on migrants in Libya.”
It is noteworthy that this agreement provides the basic needs of migrants in three shelter centers in the capital, Tripoli – Airport Road, Sikka Road, Tajoura – and the aid contains cleaning materials, towels, winter blankets, floor mats, mattresses, TV screens, a projector and a receiver, in addition to Scabies medicine, clothes, and shoes. It will also carry out maintenance work for health facilities in the shelters, bringing the number of beneficiaries of this aid to more than 2,900 immigrants of various African and Arab nationalities fleeing their countries out of extreme poverty, persecution, violence, and hoping for a decent life and improving their economic conditions.