National Voluntary campaign, road to North Al Batinah begins

Muscat: The wilayats of Al Khaboura and Al Suwaiq in the North Al Batinah Governorate are witnessing a national epic that reflects the one spirit of the people of this good land in a wide voluntary campaign to support and support citizens and residents affected by the tropical situation “Shaheen” that affected the lands of the Sultanate earlier this week.

Around 15,000 volunteers from different governorates of the Sultanate are heading today to North Al Batinah to help those affected by Cyclone Shaheen.

This campaign supports the efforts of the Ministerial Committee, which His Majesty Sultan Haitham bin Tariq ordered to form to assess the damage caused by the tropical situation and the response sectors of the National Committee for Emergency Management and the Main Military Committee for Emergency Management of the Sultan’s Armed Forces.

The volunteer campaign will work through 7 sectors in each of the two states to provide a number of services, including general hygiene, distribution of needs and supplies, and support to the concerned authorities in providing basic services.

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