11 April 2018

Sudan: Khalafalla Hails Qatari Efforts in Implementation of Development Projects in Darfur

Khartoum — The Head of Darfur Peace Office, the General Supervisor of Darfur Commissions, Magdi Kalafalla has commended the Qatari efforts in implementation of development projects in Darfur.

This came when Khalafalla met, Wednesday, the Qatari organizations operating in the implementation of the Development Project Matrix, according to Doha Document.

He has underlined that Darfur Peace Office, with its six commissions, works in full harmony with the Qatari organizations to remove all the obstacles impeding their work.

"The stability of the situation has created a backup environment that contributed to speeding up the reconstruction and rehabilitation programs "He explained.

He lauded the great roles being played by the Qatar Charity Organization and the Qatari Red Crescent in the establishment of the villages, housing complexes and water, health and food security projects.

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