QRCS Ambassador met a delegation from the Humanitarian Forum
HE Secretary-General of Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) Ambassador Ali bin Hassan Al Hammadi met Sunday with a delegation from the Humanitarian Forum, a network of key humanitarian and development organizations, including Dr. Hany Al Banna, President of the Forum and Adnan Hafez, Director of Development and International Relations.
During the meeting, they discussed ways and prospects of joint work, as well as new ideas to facilitate the execution of humanitarian operations.
The participants emphasized their strong ties and looked forward to better serving humanitarian action and causes.
"It is a close bond that links QRCS and the Humanitarian Forum," said HE Al Hammadi. "We have many years of collaboration on training, educational workshops, and conferences. We also worked together on several projects, such as the Adahi Project. They took part in distributing sacrifice meat in many countries."
He welcomed new ideas that can open up new horizons of joint action, in order to reach out to more and more poor people around the world.
Dr. Al Banna commended QRCS's local and international roles and expressed happiness with the deep-rooted bilateral relations, as both sides shared the same mission and goals.
He referred to some conferences and events that the two parties co-organized, notably the World Humanitarian Summit in Turkey.
"The role of the Humanitarian Forum is to mobilize Arab and Muslim institutions," Dr. Al Banna explained. "It complements the efforts of National Societies and organizations concerned with humanitarian/charitable work".
At the end of the meeting, they outlined some recommendations and suggestions for more joint operations in many countries, with a view to making a difference and creating livelihoods for those in need.
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