University Relations Division supports the Missing and Lost Centers with more than 350 University students to manage and organize their work.

The Lost and Missing Guiding Centers project is one of the service projects offered by the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine to visitors during the Ziyarat Arba'een, represented by the division of communications as a technical body and university relations division as an implementation body by recruiting volunteer students from Iraqi universities and institutes. This project is one of the projects of great importance in guiding the missing visitors and helping them join their families in the shortest possible time.

Supervisor of the activities of the University Relations Division during the Ziyarat Arba'een in the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine; Mr. Montadher Al-Safi explained to al-Kafeel Global Network: "The momentum of this large service project is managed and sustained with the participation of more than 350 volunteers from various Iraqi universities and institutes."

He added: "The students were distributed to more than (50) points on several axes, namely: Baghdad axis, Babylon axis and Najaf axis, in addition to the points deployed within the center of the city of Karbala. These cells are working under a centralized administration equipped with the latest communication devices and Internet".

He continued: "The Baghdad axis contains (21) cell, the axis of Babylon (9) cells and the axis of Najaf (10) cells, as well as those located in the center of the city of Karbala that are fixed cells during the normal days, and which work is doubled during the Ziyarat Arba'een. In addition, new cells have been created in the areas of Bab Twayreej, Bab Baghdad, Maqam of Imam Al-Mahdi (may Allah hasten his holy reappearance) and Qibla street of Imam al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) in cooperation with the Imam al-Hussayn's (p) Holy Shrine."

As for the volunteer students in this important service project, Al-Safi said: "We have recruited 350 students of Iraqi universities and institutes, who were highly trained in this field, including those who have a great experience because of the accumulation of experiences they have from previous years. "

He pointed out: "They were brought in cooperation and coordination with their universities and institutes through representatives of the Division of University Relations in various Iraqi universities and institutes."
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