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Saudi Arabia’s KSRelief continues to support needy Syrians

The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) continues its support to the livestock and agricultural sectors for the neediest families in Syria, as vital sectors in providing food security and livelihoods for most families.

The Center team provided 132 sheep for 66 beneficiaries and a rate of two loaves per beneficiary in Aleppo Governorate, SPA reported.

The project targets the neediest families of residents and displaced persons with experience in raising livestock through the provision of sheep and cows, veterinary care and vaccines within the duration of the project implementation.

Stepping up humanitarian efforts in Syria, KSRelief recently signed a health project to ensure uninterrupted medical service in the war-torn country by providing funds and medical supplies for Bab Al-Hawa Hospital, and extended water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) project to help the people. 

The health service project’s cost is $3.528 million and will serve about a million people.

The project agreement is for one year and includes all operations for the hospital by meeting expenses including salaries and providing medical supplies including equipment to ensure uninterrupted medical service to the people.

These humanitarian and relief efforts come from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the Center, to alleviate the suffering of the Syrian people during the current humanitarian crisis.
Last Modified: Monday، 24 December 2018 10:44 AM