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QC launches new season of ‘Distress Relief’ radio programme The Peninsula

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The first episode of the new session of the ‘Distress Relief’, a radio programme produced by Qatar Charity in cooperation with the Al Quran Al Kareem Radio, was launched on Tuesday, with the aim of promoting various humanitarian projects to support the needy around the world and mobilising support for the numerous campaigns and projects launched by Qatar Charity.

The programme is broadcast on the Al Quran Al Kareem Radio 103.4FM at 830pm on every Tuesday and it continues until 9pm. Presented by Dr. Abdul Rahman Al Harami, each episode of the programme hosts guests, including Sheikhs, media personalities, and social figures. In its first episode, which hosted Sheikh Saud Al Hajri, the programme discussed support for the urgent humanitarian campaign launched by Qatar Charity to provide relief aid to flood victims in Sudan and Nepal. The programme received a great response from listeners.

Qatar Charity urges all the people in Qatar to listen to the ‘Distress Relief’ programme and offer support for humanitarian situations to ease the suffering of the affected and needy worldwide and low-income people within Qatar.

Donors can make their contributions by sending SMS to 92124 and dialing hotline 44667711, or through Qatar Charity collectors. The launch of a new session of the program comes within the framework of the continuous strategic partnership with the Al Quran Al Kareem Radio and after the broadcast of three seasons of the ‘competitors’ programme, which received a positive response from listeners.

Ahmed Saleh Al Ali, director of Media and Communication Department at Qatar Charity said: “We are very pleased to continue our strategic partnership with the Al Quran Al Kareem Radio through these distinguished programmes reflecting how the media can serve charitable and humanitarian work across the globe.”

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