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Kuwaiti foundation starts 2nd phase of rehabilitating destroyed homes in Gaza
Kuwaiti foundation starts 2nd phase of rehabilitating destroyed homes in Gaza
The Kuwaiti Rahma international relief foundation in Gaza declared the initiation of the first part of the second phase of rehabilitating homes damaged by the Israeli war on the Strip.
Sunday, April 4,2010 13:04
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GAZA, -- The Kuwaiti Rahma international relief foundation in Gaza declared the initiation of the first part of the second phase of rehabilitating homes damaged by the Israeli war on the Strip.

In remarks reported by the Kuwaiti news agency (KUNA), engineer Kamal Musleh, the director of Rahma office in Gaza, said that the first part of this rehabilitation project will target 400 homes partially damaged during the war.

Musleh added that the total cost of the first part is 1.5 million dollars funded by Al-Rahma foundation, noting that the project is aimed at all Gaza areas.

He also pointed out that the foundation had implemented last year the first phase of this project and was able to fix up about 290 homes and remove the rubble of hundreds of buildings with the support of the Islamic development bank in Jeddah.

tags: War on Gaza / Gaza Siege / Israeli War Crimes / IOF / IOA / Goldstone / Gaza / Israeli War / KUNA / Gaza Homes / Goldstone Report
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