On International Human Rights Day: Qatar Charity provides Corona vaccines to promote the values of equality

Qatar Charity has made great efforts in providing vaccines to confront the Coronavirus for refugees and displaced.There was cooperation between Qatar Charity's partners working in northern Syria and the Kovacs Global Initiative, where the initiative provided vaccines through UNICEF, while the World Health Organization provided material and technical support.This year’s Human Rights Day theme “Equality-Reducing inequalities, advancing human right".Qatar Charity's directions are in line with the slogan of the International Human Rights Day, which we celebrate on 10 December every year.Covax InitiativeTo ensure universal access to this vaccine, the Covax Initiative was founded in 2000. It is a global initiative participated in itGAVI, the Vaccine Alliance, the Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovations, and the World Health Organization. This initiative has the largest variety of vaccines in the world.It also aims to accelerate the development of Corona vaccines and ensure fair and equitable access to all countries of the world.Qatar Charity focused its efforts on providing the Corona vaccine for the benefit of the displaced Syrians in the north of Syria and the refugees in Jordan.North SyriaIn coordination with the Syria Vaccine Team (SIG), an independent organization funded by OCHA and many international organizations, it provides vaccines through two primary health care centers operated by Qatar Charity out of 41 centers to provide the Corona vaccine throughout northern Syria.JordanThrough a memorandum of understanding signed by the Jordanian Minister of Planning, Mr. Nasser Al-Shraideh, and Mr. Youssef Al-KuwariCEO of Qatar Charity, in the presence of the Ambassador of the State of Qatar to Jordan Sheikh Saud bin Nasser Al-Thani, Qatar Charity granted 10 million Qatari riyals ($2.75 million) to Jordan. to support its efforts to provide vaccines for the emerging coronavirus to its citizens and Syrian refugees residing on its territory.