Saudi Arabia distributes over 4000 winter kits in Pakistan


Riyadh — Saudi Arabia on Thursday distributed over 4,080 winter kits in Khyber and Balochistan areas of Pakistan, benefiting approximately 28,560 people, Saudi Press Agency reported.

The charity drive was organized under King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), which works within the framework of the humanitarian and relief aid being provided by Saudi Arabia, to the needy countries and peoples around the world.

KSRelief plays unprecedented role in helping poor and needy in more than 70 countries, with over 1800+ projects exceeding more than $5 billion worth cost.

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