KSRelief’s humanitarian efforts in Yemen, Somalia and Jordan continue
KSRelief provided food aid benefiting 1,437 families living in Socotra while in Hajjah governorate. (SPA file photo)
SPA, RIYADH: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) is continuing its aid efforts in Yemen, Somalia and Jordan with the provision of food and medical services to needy individuals and families.
In Yemen, the humanitarian group gave out food aid benefiting 1,437 families living in Socotra while in Hajjah governorate, up to 318 residents having various health conditions were provided with the necessary medical services. The KSRelief mobile clinics also provided 159 individuals with medications.
In Somali, KSRelief distributed 136 tons and 500 kilograms of food baskets for 11,700 of the country’s neediest people who were displaced by the drought.
In Jordan, the aid group concluded its 14th and 15th volunteer programs for Syrian refugees at the Zaatari camp who were given medical, psychological, social and educational care by 22 volunteer specialists.