Moms, children and elderly benefit from Saudi aid campaign in Yemen

Updated 10 July 2016
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Moms, children and elderly benefit from Saudi aid campaign in Yemen

RIYADH: King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Work has managed to implement a package of humanitarian support including mothers, children, pregnant women and elderly men in Yemen through programs funded by the center and carried out by the World Health Organization with health partners in Yemen.
As many as 3,825,000 women and 3,675,000 men benefited from these programs.
In collaboration with health partners in Yemen, WHO carried out two national campaigns including anti-measles and rubella vaccination for males and children who are below the age of 5, benefiting about 2,321,319 boys and about 2,416,066 girls to reach the total target for this phase 4,737,386 boys and girls.


Saudi princess wins first place in King Abdul Aziz Camel Festival

Updated 17 February 2019
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Saudi princess wins first place in King Abdul Aziz Camel Festival

Princess Sirene Bint Abdul Rahman bin Khalid Al-Saud fought off competition, coming first in the single Al-Dig (under 4-year-old camels) category at the third annual King Abdul Aziz Camel Festival.

The princess is the first female participant to take part in the Saudi camel festivals.

The third King Abdul Aziz Camel Festival organized by the country’s Camel Club runs until March 20 in the southern Sayahdah district of Al-Dahnaa.