The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has revealed the efforts it has implemented to support several countries in overcoming their various crises. In Yemen, KSrelief has inaugurated a project to build a comprehensive primary health care center in the Al-Hajrain area in Hadhramout, on an area of 9,200 square meters, at a total cost of SR5.7 million.
While in Somalia, the center distributed 290 tons of food baskets as relief aid to people in the Awdal and Sahel regions of Somalia. As for the Syrian and Palestinian refugees and the most needy families from the host community in Jordan, KSrelief has distributed to them winter clothes, which that comes among Kanaf 2022 project.
Moreover, KSrelief distributed a total of 666 vouchers to beneficiaries, in order to enable them to purchase their clothing according to their choice from the approved stores. KSrelief also continued to distribute various relief aid in Pakistan, to those affected by the floods, including the distribution of 300 food baskets, 520 shelter bags, 70 tents and 600 mosquito nets in Sohbatpur in the Balochistan Province, and Jamshoro which is located in Sindh province, it has benefited 5,700 people.