ADEN: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) office in Aden, and the UNICEF representative to Yemen, Philippe Duamelle, have discussed the progress of projects carried out by the center in the country.
The projects include providing and improving water access, environment sanitation and health services in 15 Yemeni governorates, the draft operational program to support the 2020 UN Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan, and the response project to the coronavirus across health facilities in Yemeni governorates.
Meanwhile, KSrelief inaugurated the second phase of the winter clothing project in Marib on Sunday, benefiting 4,000 displaced families.
The head of the executive unit of internal displacement camps, Saif Muthana, stressed the importance of such projects in alleviating the suffering of displaced families.
He also praised the humanitarian role of the Kingdom through KSrelief in providing emergency food and shelter assistance.
The project comes in response to an appeal from the local authority to assist displaced families suffering from the harsh and extremely cold weather in Marib this year.
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