Saudi Arabia’s KSRelief continues supporting empowerment programs for needy Syrians

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King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) continues supporting the livestock sector of the neediest families in Syria as well as the agricultural sector. (SPA)
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King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) continues supporting the livestock sector of the neediest families in Syria as well as the agricultural sector. (SPA)
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King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) continues supporting the livestock sector of the neediest families in Syria as well as the agricultural sector. (SPA)
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King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) continues supporting the livestock sector of the neediest families in Syria as well as the agricultural sector. (SPA)
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King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) continues supporting the livestock sector of the neediest families in Syria as well as the agricultural sector. (SPA)
Updated 30 June 2018
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Saudi Arabia’s KSRelief continues supporting empowerment programs for needy Syrians

JEDDAH: King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) continues supporting the livestock sector of the neediest families in Syria as well as the agricultural sector. Both are among the most vital sectors in providing food security for most families. The center is also catering to mentally ill people inSyria who lack support.
The team of KSRelief is providing 100 dairy cows for 100 families, with free feeds for two consecutive months, veterinary care and vaccinations for six months. In addition, the Center is raising the technical level of the beneficiaries for the proper care of livestock through technical training from livestock specialists. Vets will periodically check the cows, treat sick ones and provide necessary support in several Syrian governorates.
KSrelief has also established an accommodation and treatment center for mentally ill patients in northern Syria.
The center caters for those who were wandering in the streets without care after their shelters were destroyed in Aleppo and other areas.
The project targets 1,200 direct beneficiaries and 7,200 indirect beneficiaries in the city of Azaz, in the northern countryside of Aleppo, and provides protection and a decent life for people with mental illness.
Adequate living conditions, care, safe housing, food and clothing will be provided to the center’s residents, as well as medical services, psychotherapy sessions, medicines, and sporting and recreational activities.


Prince Sultan appoints Majed Al-Sheddi as assistant president of SCTH

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Prince Sultan appoints Majed Al-Sheddi as assistant president of SCTH

  • Al-Sheddi thanked the prince for the appointment, considering it a new way to serve both the country and its citizens
  • Al-Sheddi holds two masters’ degrees in public relations and training and education techniques with a focus on marketing from Marshall University in West Virginia

JEDDAH: Prince Sultan bin Salman, president of the Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTH), has appointed Majed Al-Sheddi as the commission’s assistant president on Tuesday.
Al-Sheddi thanked the prince for the appointment, considering it a new way to serve both the country and its citizens based on what he has learned from Prince Sultan: citizens come first and serving them is an honor for every official.
He stated that the new mission will allow him to serve in more comprehensive areas, affirming the national identity and advancing in the national economic project SCTH has undertaken.
He expressed his pride in Prince Sultan’s confidence in him. He affirmed that the prince is an exceptional teacher in administration, leadership and values from which he has benefited for more than 15 years.
The new assistant president prayed to meet the prince’s high expectations and contribute to the course of growth and development based on Saudi Arabia’s deeply rooted values.
He holds two masters’ degrees in public relations and training and education techniques with a focus on marketing from Marshall University in West Virginia, US.
Before joining the commission, he was a member of the training body at the Institute of Public Administration, then SCTH’s director general of media relations, supervising organizing committees for the commission’s events.