Kuwait Government Provides Food Aid For Expatriates In Need

Kuwait Government Provides Food Aid For Expatriates In Need

Kuwait Government Provides Food Aid For Expatriates In Need

Kuwait Ministry of Social Affairs’ assistant undersecretary for developmental affairs Hana Al-Ha­jeri announced a new online link through which the ministry can provide food aid to expatriates holding Article 18 visas (private sector workers).

Expatriates can access the website link https://mosa.paci.gov.kw/ and request help to get food packages provided by various charities as part of the ‘Faz’at Al-Kuwait’ campaign.

The website will provide applicants with special bar-codes, allowing a maximum of 6 people to check in with the charity at a time.

Kuwait Ministry of Social Affairs added another link following to one allocated for Needy “Families” at https://centralaid.mosal.gov.kw/

To receives assistance from more than one charitable organization needy families of any nationality can register.

This application is entitled to be submitted only to those affected by workers in the private sector in accordance with “Article 18” of the bachelors category, and the category of families can apply to the central aid system.

Meanwhile, Kuwait Public Authority for Civil Information (PACI) issued on, Sunday a link for obtaining medical permits during the Total Lockdown in the country.


Those violating the conditions of will not be allowed to obtaining any permit in the future in addition to legal accountability.

There has been an alarming spike in the number of positive COVID-19 cases in Kuwait, on Sunday Kuwait reported 1065 new coronavirus cases and 9 deaths, bringing the total cases in the country up to 7,623.

Kuwait Minister of Health Sheikh Dr. Basel Al-Sabah said that there will be a gradual opening keeping in view of precautionary measures after the period of a total lockdown.