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HRH the Premier honors 500 orphans and needy families.

Manama, Aug 3 (BNA) -- Kid's Wish Society (KWS), organized yesterday at Seef Mall, on the occasion of the advent of Eid Al-Fitr, a ceremony to honor 500 of the Society's projects' kids, during which KWS's Chairman Manal Al-Awadhi emphasized the humanitarian initiative of His Royal Highness Prince Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa, the Premier, honoring the Society's orphans and needy families has aired pleasure and joy in their hearts. She said HRH the Premier's interest in society's various segments, especially the children, enhances the psychological and moral support and help in achieving their wishes, hailing HRH's patriarchal sense and interest in supporting charitable and humanitarian work, and wished him good health and wellness to continue pushing the process of construction and development for the benefit of the Kingdom of Bahrain and its people.

She lauded HRH the Premier's support for the KWS and transforming its activities from campaigning to society level and moving in the right direction to achieve its noble objectives and belief in the importance of voluntary work, which is among the important features of the Bahraini people, and thanked the figures and institutions that have supported the KWS's humanitarian work that has introduced joy and happiness in the hearts of our children.

A number of KWS children expressed delight and thanked HRH the Premier's concern and kindliness, praying to God to overwhelm him with good health and happiness.

It is worth noting that among of the KWS's achievements, since it was established over a year ago, is to meet the kid's aspirations and providing them with financial and moral support.

MJ

BNA 1853 GMT 2013/08/03

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