The Orphan children in Sidon, south Lebanon articulated Monday their love to Kuwait, through modern creative expression in art, within the activities of Istijaba charitable association.
This came on the exhibit opening of works, craft and heritage at Istijaba school hall belonging to Istijaba association, which includes activites of orphan students and the poor, during the current academic year.
The exhibit is attended by social, media and cultural personalities as well as Mosque Imams and student families.
Orphan students presented their artwork that mirror gratitude of students and school administrations for Kuwait's role in bestowing aid and support to ease any anguish.
Sheikh Nadim Hijazi, head of Istijaba told KUNA that school asses this exhibition, on occasion of the academic year ending and to show Kuwait gratitude in their charitable role in the field.
The exhibit displays works of wood, craft and oil paintings that symbolizes creativity of orphan children.
Isitijaba association was founded in 2011, in a ceremony attended by the Kuwaiti ambassador to Lebanon Abdulaal Al-Qenai, the association holds a registry of 900 orphan and poor children.