KSRelief continues humanitarian efforts in Nigeria, Yemen and Jordan



The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center’s (KSRelief ) humanitarian efforts in Nigeria, Yemen and Jordan continue with the provision of educational training, medical care and shelter.

At the Zaatari camp in Jordan, the Saudi relief agency, represented by the Saudi Center for Community Service, has provided educational programs and training courses for 747 individuals for the year.

In Yemen, KSRelief mobile clinics stationed in Hajjah governorate conducted provided the necessary medical care to 774 patients suffering from various medical conditions while 387 individuals were issued medications.

Mobile medical clinics at Waalan camp for displaced people in Hajjah governorate meanwhile received 290 individuals with various health conditions, and provided them with the required treatments while providing 145 patients with medications.

KSRelief also distributed shelter aid, including 50 tents, in Aden governorate, benefiting 50 families. This comes within the framework of the efforts exerted by Saudi Arabia, through the KSRelief, to alleviate the suffering of the Yemeni people, state news agency SPA reported And in Nigeria, KSRelief distributed 2,007 food baskets to displaced people, benefiting 12,042 individuals,—AN