JEDDAH: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) has implemented projects in Syria and Yemen.
KSRelief provided 50,000 Syrian children in 500 schools with bags containing school supplies and stationery.
It also provided training courses for 525 male and female teachers and administrative staff, and held awareness campaigns to encourage children to return to school.
Meanwhile, KSRelief-funded food baskets were distributed in the Yemeni districts of Al-Houta and Tuban via the World Food Programme (WFP).
The number of beneficiaries in Tuban was 5,416, and 1,762 in Al-Houta. Residents of the districts thanked KSRelief for its support in alleviating their suffering.
KSRelief also distributed humanitarian aid, including food and clothes, to 618 widows in Yemen’s Hadramout governorate. KSRelief has so far implemented 286 humanitarian projects in Yemen.
KSRelief distributes food baskets in Yemen Woman killed, 11 injured in Houthi attack on KSRelief camp in Yemen