Riyadh – Abdullah bin Saleh Al-Muallem, the Director of the Medical and Environmental Aid Department at the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), recently held a meeting with Rana Hajjeh, the Director of Program Management at the regional office of the World Health Organization (WHO) for the Eastern Mediterranean. The meeting, which took place on Thursday, focused on various aspects of relief and humanitarian affairs, as well as the progress made in the collaborative projects between KSrelief and WHO aimed at improving the health situation in the Eastern Mediterranean region.
During the meeting, Al-Muallem and Hajjeh engaged in productive discussions concerning ongoing projects and initiatives implemented by KSrelief and WHO. These initiatives aim to address critical healthcare challenges and provide much-needed support to individuals and communities in the Eastern Mediterranean region. The meeting provided an opportunity for both organizations to exchange insights, share updates, and explore ways to enhance collaboration and further improve the health outcomes in the region.
Hajjeh, representing WHO, commended the efforts and contributions of KSrelief in providing assistance to the sick and injured across the world. The dedication and commitment of KSrelief towards humanitarian causes were acknowledged and appreciated. The meeting served as a platform to recognize and highlight the positive impact of KSrelief’s initiatives in addressing health-related challenges and making a tangible difference in the lives of those in need.
KSrelief, under the guidance of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, has been at the forefront of extending humanitarian aid and relief worldwide. The collaboration between KSrelief and WHO underscores the commitment of both organizations to work collectively towards improving healthcare access, strengthening healthcare systems, and promoting health and well-being in the Eastern Mediterranean region.
Through joint efforts, KSrelief and WHO strive to alleviate human suffering, enhance healthcare infrastructure, and mitigate the impact of health crises in the region. The meeting between Al-Muallem and Hajjeh signifies the shared commitment of the two organizations to foster cooperation, exchange expertise, and leverage resources to achieve sustainable healthcare solutions for the benefit of communities in the Eastern Mediterranean.
As KSrelief and WHO continue their collaborative endeavors, it is anticipated that their joint efforts will yield positive outcomes and contribute to the overall improvement of the health situation in the Eastern Mediterranean region. The meeting between Al-Muallem and Hajjeh served as a platform for mutual appreciation, reaffirming the importance of partnership and collaboration in addressing humanitarian challenges and promoting the well-being of communities in need.