Qatar Charity signs agreement to drill 50 wells in Albania

Qatar Charity (QC) has signed an agreement to drill 50 wells for the benefit of 10,000 people in the Municipality of Fieri, Albania. The pact is part of Qatar Charity’s efforts to support the sector of water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) in the country. The signing ceremony was attended by HE Ali bin Hamad Al Marri, Qatar's ambassador to Albania, Mrs. Nada Abdulrahman Al Sayed, Counselor, Mr. Armando Subashi, Mayor of the Municipality of Fieri, Mrs. Enkelejda Peshkpia, Deputy mayor of the Municipality of Fieri, and Mahmoud Abbas Shaker, director of Qatar Charity Albania office.Speaking at the ceremony, HE Ali bin Hamad Al Marri, Qatar's ambassador to Albania, praised the strength of the relations between Qatar and Albania and their people, stating that Qatar attaches great importance to strengthening relations and improving cooperation with Albania in various fields.He added that these projects are gifts from the people of Qatar, through Qatar Charity, for the people of Albania. He noted Qatar's previous support for Albania and its people, especially in light of crises.Mr. Armando Subashi, Mayor of the Municipality of Fieri, commended Qatar’s efforts and continuous assistance to Albania and its people. He also applauded the role of Qatar Charity in implementing qualitative projects, expressing his delight with the signing of the agreement. He added that this agreement will contribute to easing the hardships faced by the people in the municipality, hoping for expanding cooperation between Qatar Charity and the city. During the ceremony, HE Ali bin Hamad Al Marri, Qatar's ambassador to Albania, and Mr. Armando Subashi, Mayor of the Municipality of Fieri, distributed 500 school uniforms to orphans and students sponsored by Qatar Charity.At the end of the ceremony, the mayor of the municipality presented a gift to the Qatari ambassador, in appreciation of his efforts and the role of Qatar Charity in delivering services in Albania.It is worth mentioning that Qatar Charity, since the opening of its office in the Albanian capital Tirana in 1994, has been working in many fields such as social welfare, education, relief, and community service, in addition to implementing seasonal projects.Qatar Charity sponsors 6,000 persons, including orphans, those with special needs, low-income families, and students. It has a model school with more than 400 students, in addition to a training center that provides computer and various language training to more than 1,500 students annually. Qatar Charity has drilled more than 500 wells in schools, hospitals, and other places.