Dar Al Atta'a Association has handed over three new houses worth OMR90,900 under “Maskani; Ma’amani” (My Home is My Haven) programme to the needy families.
Through this programme, Dar Al Atta'a provides for the construction, maintenance and renovation of houses, monthly payments, and payment of water and electricity charges, etc. The first house was built in the wilayat of Al Amerat and financed by Ms Ishraqa Khimji Ramdas for a family comprising seven members with all sons and daughters being minors.
The second house was purchased in the wilayat of Al Amerat for a family comprising eight members, with all sons and daughters being minors as well. The third house was built in cooperation with the Amalahum Al Wahid (Their Only Hope) Campaign launched in 2019 by a group of Omani youth, at Al Jafnain in the wilayat of Seeb for a needy family of eleven members with the majority of sons and daughters as minors.
Dar Al Atta'a Association adopts the programme for construction and maintenance of houses as part of its belief that housing is the key to safety and security for individuals and families. The association has so far repaired over 500 houses.
“The Family Welfare Programme of Dar Al Atta'a is one of the significant programmes aimed to ensure stability of families by providing new houses and renovation of old ones,” the chairperson of Dar Al Atta'a Association, Maryam bint Isa Al Zedjali said. She added that since its establishment Dar Al Atta'a has offered support to the needy families and responded to their needs.