RIYADH: The supervisor general of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, on Tuesday met William David Gressly, UN resident coordinator for Yemen, at the center’s headquarters in Riyadh.
During the meeting, they discussed the humanitarian situation in Yemen and the relief efforts to alleviate the suffering of the Yemeni people.
Gressly appreciated the efforts of the center in Yemen. He lauded KSrelief for its professionalism and the proper management of different humanitarian projects across the war-torn country.
To date, the center has implemented 74 educational projects, valued at $181.3 million in Yemen, Syria and Somalia and for the benefit of Rohingya refugees in Malaysia, Bangladesh and other countries of the world
Since its establishment, KSRelief has been working to provide various forms of humanitarian support to the Yemeni brothers, including shelter, food, healthcare and education, covering all its governorates.
KSRelief has an online donation platform for all its humanitarian and relief programs, through which donors, whether inside or outside the Kingdom, can create personal accounts that provide them with access to the programs they wish to support and donate to them using credit cards and electronic payment mechanisms. The platform also provides direct donations with the opportunity to link donations to the countries and programs of their choice.
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