A family support centre in Bahrain is fearing major funding challenges in the near future, even as it hopes to expand its services after the pandemic. Aisha Yateem Family Couselling Centre chairwoman Nada Al Maskati hoped that a waiver of utility bills to all operational non-profit organisations would be help them tide over the cash crunch. In an exclusive interview with the GDN, she highlighted that existing challenges have been compounded by the Covid-19 pandemic.
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