In Yemen’s Hajjah, KSrelief of Saudi Arabia offers medical assistance


Hajjah – The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre, commonly known as KSrelief, created mobile medical clinics that have treated the beneficiaries in Yemen’s Hajjah province.

The clinics welcomed 294 individuals with a range of medical issues and gave them the appropriate medical care.

The clinics also gave 286 people prescription drugs.

In the meantime, the centre provided 1,700 families in 1,700 families in the Syrian governorates of Aleppo and Idlib with 73 tonnes and 59 kilogrammes of food baskets and 1,700 hygiene bags as part of the urgent response project for individuals impacted by the earthquake in Syria for the year 2023.

180 of Tajikistan’s most vulnerable people received a variety of relief items from the centre elsewhere in the Yovon region.

The relief effort, which includes water heaters, coal for heating, and blankets, is a part of the 2023 mission to help the Tajik people who are suffering.

Recently, a Saudi humanitarian organisation obtained 253 tonnes of food for Palestinian and Syrian refugees residing in Lebanon.

This is a component of the humanitarian and relief help that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia offers to nations and people in need in numerous locations across the world through its humanitarian arm, KSrelief.

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