KSRelief continues aid efforts in Somalia, Jordan and Pakistan

Thursday November 17, 2022

DUBAI: Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) distributed 140 tons of food baskets in Somalia on Monday.

The aid benefited 12,000 in-need, displaced and drought-affected people in the African nation, wrote state agency SPA.

The philanthropic organization also distributed 570 winter bags in Pakistan, benefiting 3,990 individuals.

Meanwhile, KSRelief distributed clothes to Syrian and Palestinian refugees and low-income families in Jordan as the winter season approaches.

This comes within the center’s framework of humanitarian and relief projects to support refugees in the Middle Eastern nation.

The recent aid efforts also coincide with KSRelief’s signing of two joint agreements in Yemen’s Al-Hodeidah governorate, which aims to provide various medical, environmental, and nutritional services in the area.

The two agreements were signed on Wednesday by Ahmed bin Ali Al-Baiz, KSRelief Assistant General Supervisor for Operations and Programs.

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