Kuwait recently donated electricity generators and fresh water tankers to its neighbour Iraq, according to senior government officials.
Kuwait's Minister of Electricity and Water and Minister of Oil Bakheet Al-Rashidi, recently told the Emirate's cabinet that power generators had been donated with a total capacity of 30,000 kilowatts of electricity, and oil by-products would soon be provided to meet the needs of the Iraqi people.
Khaled Al-Roudhan, Kuwait's Minister of Commerce and Industry, added that his ministry had dispatched fresh water tankers.
The initiative is among many launched by the Gulf State in support of humanitarian causes around the world.
In Gaza, a free medical day was launched wherein free medicines and baby milk were distributed courtesy of the Kuwait-based Arab Fund for Social and Economic Development.
Meanwhile in Tanzania, the Kuwaiti embassy in Dar es Salaam delivered seven tonnes of primary food aid to thousands of beneficiaries including those affected by flooding.