The Bahrain Red Crescent Society participated in the 2018 Bahrain International Garden Fair under the patronage of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa and was inaugurated by His Royal Highness Princess Sabeeka bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa, wife of the President of the National Consultative Council of the National Initiative for the Development of the Agricultural Sector.
In its pavilion at the exhibition, the association presented a “charitable agricultural project”, a project set up by the association at its headquarters in the Diplomatic Zone, which is part of the National Initiative for the Development of the Agricultural Sector in Bahrain and provides a model for the possibility of investing any available land in agricultural production in a modern way, Vegetation in the urban areas of the Kingdom of Bahrain.
The Secretary-General of the Bahraini Red Crescent, Dr. Fawzi Amin, stressed the importance of the Society’s participation in the 2018 Bahrain International Garden Exhibition, which is distinguished regionally and internationally. He pointed out that humanitarian and relief work also includes providing the needy groups with sustainable sources of blue, On agricultural work.
Dr. Amin pointed out that this participation comes within the context of the fact that the Bahrain Red Crescent Society is part of the National Initiative for the Development of the Agricultural Sector, which was launched by Her Royal Highness Princess Sabika Bint Ibrahim Al Khalifa in March 2010, Among them in order to promote aspects of agricultural development and to benefit from their economic, social and environmental outputs.
He added that the Bahrain International Garden Exhibition is a platform for spreading awareness of the importance of conservation of environmental resources and development of concepts related to climate change, especially as these changes have been reflected in more climate-related disasters such as frequent hurricanes and increased rainfall in the Gulf region. To take precautionary measures and preparations for disaster preparedness, which is one of the most important work of the Red Crescent Societies worldwide.
The philanthropic project coordinator, Neulover Geharmi, pointed out that the charitable agricultural project comes within the framework of the National Initiative for the Development of the Agricultural Sector in Bahrain and provides a successful model for the possibility of investing any available land in agricultural production in a modern way, thus providing income to needy families and opening the doors of livelihood to the needy families, the unemployed and farmers who want to increase their productivity and contribute to increasing the vegetation cover in the urban areas of the Kingdom of Bahrain.
He pointed out that the charitable agricultural project coincides with the theme of the Bahrain International Garden Fair this year in terms of the need to devote the agricultural aspects and practices taken into consideration by presenting the latest technologies in the agricultural production processes and irrigation of crops to ensure the quality and safety of crops and thus improve the diet and raise the quality of human life.
She explained that the project focuses on methods and systems that contribute to the exploitation of small spaces and limited in the establishment of mini gardens, and to highlight the best solutions that allow the visitors to the exhibition to identify ideas and ways best to help them to design the available space because of its many benefits, including reducing the temperature and purification of the atmosphere and beautify them either ornamental plants or productive plants that provide some food needs for their owners.