HAJJA: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has distributed 9,195 cartons of dates to displaced and affected families in a number of directorates in Hajjah governorate, benefiting thousands of people.
KSrelief also distributed 13,500 cartons of dates to families in Aden governorate.
This comes within the framework of the relief and humanitarian projects provided by Saudi Arabia, represented by KSrelief, in various sectors for Yemenis in all governorates without discrimination.
Meanwhile, the Emergency Center for Epidemic Diseases Control in Hajjah governorate has continued providing treatment services, backed by KSrelief. During the period from April 8-14, the clinics received 1,213 people with various health conditions, providing 600 people with medication.
KSrelief also distributed 16 tons of Ramadan food baskets in Benin, benefiting 19,200 individuals, and continued to distribute Ramadan food baskets across a number of regions in Sudan. As many as 67 tons of food was distributed in one day to needy families in Sudan, benefiting 12,240 people.
The center has implemented 1,556 projects worth more than $5 billion in 59 countries, carried out in cooperation with 144 local, regional and international partners.
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