Secretary-General of the Royal Charity Organisation (RCO), Dr. Mustafa Al-Sayed Al-Ameen, has paid tribute to the Minister of Health, Faeqa bint Said Al-Saleh, for the support and distinguished services provided by the the Health Ministry to RCO’s affiliates, citing the Ministry’s partnership in the “Al Fares” (Knight) project, launched by RCO to provide insulin pumps for children with type 1 diabetes.
Al-Sayed praised the minister’s support for RCO’s humanitarian and charity work, noting that she is known for her love for the Good, and support for the needy in all the positions she has held.
He stressed that the Ministry of Health is a permanent partner to RCO in serving the Bahraini society and in its relief and development projects in brotherly and friendly countries.
Al-Sayed made the statements during the visit of the minister and Health Ministry’s officials to RCO, as part of the partnership between the two sides in implementing RCO’s projects, including the Al-Fares.
The minister lauded the humanitarian and charity efforts exerted by RCO, in line with the directives of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, and HH Shaikh Nasser bin Hamad Al Khalifa, HM the King’s Representative for Charity Work and Youth Affairs and RCO’s Board of Trustees Chairman, expressing her pride and that of the Health Ministry’s affiliates in serving orphans and widows in Bahrain, as well as in brotherly and friendly countries.
She affirmed partnership between the two sides would continue to serve the Bahraini people, in line with the community partnership principle, noting that the Health Ministry’s contributions to the Al-Fares Project are within its goals and vision to support people with diabetes.
RCO’s Secretary-General presented the Health Minister the “Friend of the Orphan” certificate in recognition of her distinguished efforts to support RCO-sponsored orphans.