KUWAIT: The Kuwait Red Crescent Society (KRCS) launched on Monday a project, which aims to distribute 13,000 packages of cold water to workers in several sites within the country and will continue until August 16. The director of Public Relations and Media at KRCS Khaled Al-Zaid said that the project at the beginning of its launch, distributed 2,400 cold water packages to workers in Al-Mutlaa area, where construction and transportation workers are spread widely.

He noted that the project also aims to alleviate the heat pressure on people who works in an open area during the summer season, indicating that the association provided equipped refrigerated trucks to distribute cold water in many construction sites. Zaid added that the society would cover many sites in the country's governorates so that the workers in work sites, construction, road workers, bus stations and other places can be benefited. He called on donors in Kuwait to support the association's humanitarian and charitable work so that it can implement many other projects in the future, pointing out that the donations are made through the association's website. - KUNA