QC opens community centre for Syrian refugees in Turkey Jul 21, 2019 0 568 12345 Qatar Charity (QC) has launched a community centre in Kogali, Turkey, to provide protection to Syrian refugees and Turkish citizens at an estimated cost of $750,000. The facility is expected to benefit over 14,000 people. “The community centre in Kogali is one of the results of the QUEST initiative begun with the support of Qatar Development Fund and Qatar Charity and in a special partnership with the Turkish Red Crescent,” said Nasser al Mogaiseeb, Relief and International Partnerships manager at QC. He said the centre provides great services for the benefit of Syrian refugees, including child care services, psychosocial support, and education services. POST A COMMENT RELATED ARTICLES UDC signs QR1.2 bn deals for projects at The Pearl-Qatar Jul 21, 2019 0 1306 Hazm Mebaireek General Hospital begins surgical services Jul 21, 2019 0 888 S Korean PM visits National Museum of Qatar Jul 21, 2019 0 616 Iran ignores calls to free British-flagged tanker AFP London Iran ignored mounting European appeals on Saturday to release a British-flagged tanker as London denounced a “dangerous move” and summoned a senior diplomat of the Islamic republic. The Islamic .. US to deploy troops to Saudi as Gulf tensions soar Agencies Washington The US has authorised the deployment of military personnel and resources to Saudi Arabia as tensions in the Gulf mount over the US’s standoff with Iran. The Pentagon said in a statement that the move ..