Saudi Arabia’s exhibition of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center, held here received a huge audience.
Visitors to the exhibition were briefed on the relief and humanitarian projects provided by the Kingdom through the Center, to Yemen and others in 44 countries around the world, including in the areas of food security, health, protection, care, emergency relief and education, shelter programs for the displaced, and the establishment of camps for them and how to reach the beneficiaries from through air, ships, land convoys and even through animals in hard-to-reach areas.
The exhibition also highlighted the efforts exerted in the Saudi program to remove mines planted by the Houthi militias “MASAM” in Yemen which removed nearly 90,000 mines.
The exhibition also included the definition of the Center’s project for artificial limbs that manufactures and provides devices and rehabilitation programs for the affected people.
The visitors expressed their admiration for the relief and humanitarian action they witnessed, praising Saudi Arabia’s outstanding efforts to serve humanitarian action around the world.