A Bahraini royal charity has inaugurated three projects to serve Palestinians in the Gaza Strip through UN refugees agency.
A delegation from the Royal Charity Organization visited Gaza Thursday in coordination with the UN Relief and Works Agency ( UNRWA) and opened a school, a library and a clinic. The three facilities will be run by the UNRWA, and take care for more than 9, 000 Palestinian refugees in Gaza.
The Bahraini delegation crossed into Gaza via Rafah border crossing point on the coastal enclave's border with Egypt.
It came after Qatar's Emir Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa al-Thani visited the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip and declared a rebuilding project which included a housing complex, a hospital and the development of three main roads. Qatar has allocated 400 million U. S. dollar for the project.
Hamas said earlier that the son of Bahraini king, in his capacity as the chairman of the organization's board of trustees, would visit Gaza and inaugurated the projects, but retracted later.