Saudi Arabia launches campaign to support Pakistan’s flood affected

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Saudi Arabia launched on Monday public national campaign to support the flood victims in Pakistan. This was announced by Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, general supervisor of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KS Relief).

“The campaign comes in support of the humanitarian efforts and delivery assistance being carried out by the Kingdom ever since the start of the natural disaster,” he said. Dr. Al-Rabeeah called on philanthropists and benevolent people to extend their donations to support the Pakistani people through the Sahem platform via the electronic applications or through the KSRelief’s accounts in various Saudi banks.

“KS Relief is the body authorized to collect donations directed to send abroad.

There is strict oversight by the center to ensure that the aid reaches its beneficiaries in the designated countries of the world,” he added.

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