Dry food kits were distributed in Bahrain as part of the ‘Together We Care’ campaign. The Capital Governorate’s ‘Together We Care’ campaign was launched to support the underprivileged and those who have been adversely affected by the current global COVID-19 pandemic, which spans across multiple economic sectors, by distributing much-needed meals during this health crisis.

The Capital Governorate under the governance of  H.E. Shaikh Hesham bin Abdulrahman Al-Khalifa handed over food kits to various expatriate community organizations working at the forefront.

The Indian Club, Bahrain was provided with over 200 food kits. Indian Club President Stalin Joseph and General Secretary Job Joseph expressed gratitude and pledged to ensure that the food kits would be handed over to people in need.

Over 150 food kits were given to the Kerala Muslim Cultural Centre (KMCC) known for their philanthropic initiatives in the Kingdom of Bahrain. KMCC President Habib Rahman thanked One Bahrain Charity along with General secretary Hassainar, Treasurer Razaq Moozhikkal and Secretary A P Faisal. 

The Bahrain Malayalee Media Forum (BMMF), a group of leading journalists from various Media Houses joined to help the expatriate community in Bahrain. BMMF has been distributing food kits to financially constrained individuals along with masks. The Capital Governorate supplied over 50 food kits to BMMF. 

Capital Governorate Head of Strategic Planning and Project Management Yusuf Lori, Social Welfare Ministry Representative Ahmed Al Rabia, One Bahrain Hospitality General Manager Anthony Paulose and Star Vision Chairman Sethuraj Kadakkal participated in the charity drive. Food kits were provided for those struggling to make ends meet