KSrelief continues humanitarian work in Yemen, Somalia and Lebanon
Source: Arab News, Sunday August 27, 2023
The program is part of the 2023 Food Security Enhancement Project. (SPA)
RIYADH: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) launched projects in Yemen, Somalia and Lebanon.
In Mogadishu, Somalia, the kidney dialysis center at Banadir Hospital continued providing its medical services with the support of KSrelief.
advertisementsThe center catered to 83 patients in July and scheduled 190 dialysis sessions.
In Lebanon, KSrelief implemented the fourth phase of the Al-Amal Charitable Bakery project in Akkar and Al-Minieh.
About 25,000 packages of bread were distributed daily to Syrian and Palestinian refugee families in the community.
The program is part of the 2023 Food Security Enhancement Project and aims to achieve food security for people in need.
In Yemen, KSrelief launched a project to distribute food to displaced people in Mukalla.
The project aimed to distribute 3,668 food packages, benefiting 25,676 individuals from districts of Hajar, Thamud, Ramah and Al-Abr.
Every two months, the initiative will help sustain food security for over 200,000 people.