Together for Bahrain's Safety campaign helps 850 families in a week

Volunteers are distributing basic commodities, sanitisers and medical items

Together for Bahrain’s Safety campaign helps 850 families in a week

More than 850 families have been helped by volunteers from the Together for Bahrain’s Safety campaign in the past week.

Volunteers have been distributing basic commodities, sanitisers, educational and medical items to patients suffering from chronic diseases all over Bahrain.

The eleven teams have also been helping the families of health employees who are battling the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on the frontline.

Organised by the Supreme Council for Women, volunteers who signed up to help combat coronavirus in Bahrain as well as members of the Bahrain Society for Scouts and Guides are helping out.

The campaign hopes to support Bahraini women and families, providing urgent aid, services and legal consultancy.

It was launched following directives from Her Royal Highness Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al-Khalifa, Wife of His Majesty the King and SCW President.

Bahrain has launched a number of initiatives to help those affected by the coronavirus across the Kingdom.

The government is set to pay residents’ and businesses’ water and electricity bills from April until June, and restaurants, bars and shops in Bahrain Real Estate Investment Company owned buildings have had their rent suspended.

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