Over 151 tonnes of food supplies are distributed by Saudi Arabia’s KSrelief in six nations


Riyadh – As part of a large Ramadan food distribution program, the King Salman Humanitarian supplies and Relief Center (KSrelief) has dispersed over 151 tonnes of food supplies across six nations.

39 tonnes of food aid were given to Syrian and Palestinian refugees in Lebanon as well as to underprivileged families living in the Akkar governate.
More than 36 tonnes of food help were given to 900 households in Indonesia, and around 12 tonnes of food baskets were given to 500 families in Bangladesh.
As part of a drive to distribute 2,000 food baskets throughout the nation during Ramadan, the KSrelief team also distributed eight tonnes of food baskets to 300 persons in Albania.

56 tonnes of food baskets were distributed to 5,736 people in Borno, Nigeria.
KSrelief donated more than 29,000 rice bags to be distributed to more than 88,000 individuals in Liberia to help with food security.
According to a statement on the Saudi Press Agency, “The distribution comes as part of relief and humanitarian projects that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia provides to needy countries worldwide during the blessed month of Ramadan through its humanitarian arm, KSrelief.”

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