Chamchamal: The University of Human Development Delivers its Aid to 100 Households of our Guests from Kirkuk and Tuz Khurmatu
2017-10-31 (Tuesday) [ University of Human Development ]
Today Tuesday October 31, 2017 the University of Human Development has delivered its aid to 100 households who were enforced to leave their homes and properties in Kirkuk and Tuz Khurmatu because of the recent deteriorating circumstance.
As directed by the head of board of the trustees, Prof. Dr. Ali Qaradaghi a higher committee from the University of Human Development, which was supervised by the president of the university Prof. Dr. Mariwan Ahmed Rashid, organized a campaign to collect aid for our guests from Kirkuk and Tuz Khurmatu.
Through his visit to the campaign who delivered the aid to the beneficiaries, Prof. Dr. Mariwan Ahmed Rashid while speaking to media and to the university’s website stated that the University of Human Development as an academic and scientific facility and as an integral part of the Kurdish society have always shared our nation’s challenges on recurrent occasions. Therefor, in this defiant time that Kurdistan is undergoing our university is deeming it necessary to carry out this campaign as a duty to collect aid was collected by faculty members, students, and the employees to help the guests from Kirkuk and Tuz Khurmatu who left their areas because of the recent escalating condition. Thank Allah that it was a success.
Assist. Prof. Dr. Raud Karim Mahmood , the head of the committee, commented saying: “ as it is our duty, we have announced this campaign that we succeeded in collecting a good amount of household necessities and food to deliver to our dear guests who came from Kirkuk and Tuz Khurmatu and other areas leaving their homes and properties.” He also thanked the university presidency, the faculty members, employees, students, institutions, companies, and people who provided their help to the campaign saying: “today in Shorsh sub-district, which is part of Chamchamal district, the team of the campaign at the university in a special event presented the aid to 100 households.”
The aid consisted of food supplies, covers and mattresses, cleaning supplies and some financial aid that was given to these dear households.
It is worth mentioning that the conditions of those guests are not good and they demanded Kurdistan govermnet to proved them with help as soon as possible because of the approaching winter season, thus they are in need of more help from the government, different organizations, and charity institutions.