All areas of northeastern Syria have been under curfew since March 23 as a precautionary measure to prevent the outbreak of the coronavirus in the region, and to prevent its impact of on low-income and day laborers families, the Association of the Lawyers distributed food aid on dozens of families.
Food aid consisted of (rice, tomato sauce, bulgur, oil, pasta and halawa).
"We are now going through a phase that needs assisting low-income families and day work. This initiative is a humanitarian and we thank the efforts of the Association of the Lawyers," said the co-chair of Qamishlo Council, Mona Farouk.
As for the distribution, Mona Farouk, indicated that the city's communes registered the names of the low-income families. She explained that the process of registering the names of families is continuing as well as providing the aid.
It is noteworthy that the Autonomous Administration of the North and East of Syria issued today a resolution to distribute food aid to all the poor and needy families, which depend on daily work.