Kuwait's Higher Relief Committee wrapped up on Sunday a relief campaign, aiding up to 1,440 Syrian families that have taken up refugee in Jordan.
Dr. Walid Al-Enjeri, the head of the Kuwaiti humanitarian mission, told KUNA that aid supplies including food were distributed to the Syrian families, adding that each family was given USD 140 in cash.
Some of the Syrians fleeing violence at home have taken up refuge in Qasr Al-Hallabat, a town located in Zarqa Governorate in north-western Jordan, and the capital Amman.
The campaign targeted most impoverished Syrian families that have recently arrived in Jordan.
The Kuwaiti relief committee comprises 11 government and grass-root authorities and associations.
Kuwait, since flare-up of the Syrian conflict, has provided thousands of Syrians, being refugees, relocated or homeless, with abundant relief supplies.