Bad Weather, Snowfall: FAR Planes Deliver Emergency Aid to Affected Populations

Bad Weather, Snowfall: FAR Planes Deliver Emergency Aid to Affected Populations

Casablanca – Aircraft of the Royal Armed Forces (FAR) began, Saturday at the Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca, the operation to deliver emergency aid to populations affected by severe weather and snowfall.

In this context, it was proceeded, early in the morning, to the mobilization of teams under the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity and the Royal Armed Forces who work in coordination with the departments concerned and local authorities to meet the needs of the affected areas in the provinces of Zagora, Ouarzazat and Taroudant.

His Majesty King Mohammed VI, may God assist Him, had given His High Instructions to the various departments concerned, in order to coordinate all the means to be mobilized to provide the necessary assistance and deliver aid to the affected populations.

In a statement to M24, MAP’s news channel, Abdellah Omar Moussa, head of the medical-humanitarian pole at the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity, stressed that this operation consists of delivering humanitarian aid to target areas.

This operation has a special and exceptional character insofar as it comes after the heavy snowfall and the considerable drop in temperature, he added.

Carried out by the Mohammed V Foundation for Solidarity, this action will consist in intervening as close as possible to the populations, especially in the mountainous douars and remote areas, by providing emergency humanitarian aid consisting of food products and blankets as well as appropriate social support and proximity medical care.

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