Khartoum, Feb. 5 (SUNA) - Member of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, General Yasser Abdel-Rahman Al-Atta, affirmed the state's intention in rehabilitating shelters and caring for children who lack support, and providing all the necessary aids, so that it can fully play its role towards this group.
During his meeting at the Republican Palace today, with the acting Wali of Khartoum State, Mohammed Othman Hamza, and the Federal Minister of Social Development Ahmed Adam Bakhit and the state’s Minister of Social Development, Siddig Hassan Freni, Al- Atta was briefed on the challenges facing the performance of shelter homes and the obstacles that prevent the provision of services to children who lack support in Khartoum State as required. .
General Al-Atta asserted the importance of rehabilitating shelters and improving their services, implementing programs and policies to deal with the age groups of those without support, and providing services and technical and moral support to them in a better way.
The acting Wali of Khartoum State, explained that the delegation submitted a detailed report to the member of the Sovereignty Council, on the activities of the shelters, their numbers and classification according to age groups, explaining that the Maygoma House receives children from the age of one day to 5 years, while the Girls and Boys House receives children from the age of 5 years and up to 12 years, and the home for young men and women.
Hamza has indicated the state’s keenness to rehabilitate residential homes, distribute children according to the requirements of the age group, and provide them with the required services.