The Hussayni Processions launch a campaign to distribute food baskets during the holy month of Ramadhan.

The Department of Hussayni Processions and Commissions in the Holy Shrines of Imam al-Hussayn and of al-Abbas (peace be upon both of them), announced that its representations and units from the Hussayni service processions have launched a large campaign to distribute food baskets during the holy month of Ramadhan, to help the poor and needy families due to difficult circumstances in light of the repercussions of Corona epidemic, and high food prices on the other hand.

Among the units that began to provide aid and extend a helping hand is the Al-Mada'en District Processions Unit in Baghdad Governorate, where its official, Haj Hussein Hassan Mihwes, explained to the al-Kafeel network, saying: “Our campaign continues throughout the days of the year, but during the month of Ramadhan we intensify our activities to help our honorable families and standing with them in light of these circumstances. Before the coming of the holy month, we prepared a plan in which all the processions of the unit participated, in order to distribute food baskets according to each area of the district. The campaign will continue until the end of the holy month."

He added, "Our campaign started its first day with the distribution of (165) various dry and fresh food baskets, which were distributed to families living in Al-Jisr, Al-Za'faraniya, Al-Ta'meem and other areas, provided that we visit other places to help other families on a daily basis."

It is noteworthy that the head of the Hussayni Processions and Commissions Department in the two Holy Shrines; Haj Riyadh Ni'mah al-Salman, explained in a previous meeting: “Since the beginning of the blessed month of Ramadhan, the Hussayni service processions through the units and representations of the department in a number of governorates began to distribute food baskets for poor and needy families during the holy month of Ramadhan, as part of a program prepared for this purpose and according to a temporal and spatial schedule that will include the largest possible number of families, and according to the specific geographical area for each unit."
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