Social Development in Dhofar Governorate confirms readiness of shelter centers

Salalah: Mohammed bin Humaid Al Kalbani, Director General of Social Development and Supervisor of the Relief and Shelter Sector in Dhofar Governorate, confirmed the readiness of all shelter centers in preparation for the tropical situation (Tej) in the Dhofar and Al Wusta Governorates.

Al-Kalbani said in a statement to the Oman News Agency that 45 shelter centers had been opened across the Dhofar Governorate, 17 of which were for expatriates.

Al-Kalbani said: We received from business and establishment owners a number of residential apartments that will be allocated to shelter Omanis, and work teams have been formed in cooperation and partnership between the relief and shelter sector, volunteers from Social Development, and the offices of Their Excellencies the governors.

Al-Kalbani pointed out that some citizens’ sites in central Salalah and the coastal areas in the states of Rakhyut and Dhalkut and the villages near Wadi Adounb and the Al-Halaniyat Islands are currently being evacuated and they are being transferred to apartments designated for shelter in the state of Salalah.

Regarding the equipment available in all shelter sites, the Director General of Social Development, Supervisor of the Relief and Shelter Sector in Dhofar Governorate, confirmed that all shelter centers have been equipped with food supplies and all basic requirements.

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