On the occasion of the annual Moussem of Moulay Abdessalam Ben M’chich, a delegation from the Royal Chamberlain presented royal donations for the benefit of several needy families, people with specific needs and those suffering from chronic illnesses.
At the headquarters of the prefecture of the province of Larache, the delegation, led by Mohamed Saad Eddine Smij, project manager at the royal chamberlain, presented, in the presence of the governor of the province and several civil and military personalities, a royal gift for the benefit of 183 people from poor families and suffering from diabetes and kidney failure.
This royal gesture tends to come to the aid of poor families and sick people in the province and to lend them assistance to meet the cost of living.
The delegation also presented, at the headquarters of the prefecture of the province of Tetouan, a royal donation for the benefit of 200 beneficiaries, including 180 needy families and 20 people with specific needs, during a ceremony which was marked by the presence of the governor of the province, the president of the local council of ulama in Tetouan and several local officials.
This royal gesture on the occasion of the annual Moussem of Moulay Abdessalam Ben M’chich aims to reduce the suffering of patients and families in need and to help them meet the cost of living.