Sudan receives 458 tons of Saudi humanitarian and medical aid

Sudan receives 458 tons of Saudi humanitarian and medical aid
Displaced children stand at a camp for Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) near Kadugli, the capital of Sudan's South Kordofan state. (AFP)
Updated 12 June 2018

Sudan receives 458 tons of Saudi humanitarian and medical aid

Sudan receives 458 tons of Saudi humanitarian and medical aid
  • KSrelief ship arrives in Port Sudan carrying 458 tons of humanitarian and medical aid.
  • The Saudi aid will help more than 50000 people in various parts of Sudan.

JEDDAH: An aid ship has arrived at Port Sudan carrying 458 tons of food, shelter and medical aid provided by King Salman Humanitarian Aid and
Relief Center (KSRelief) for the Republic of Sudan. The aid follows on the directives of King Salman bin Abdulaziz and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to help the people of Sudan.
KSRelief, under the leadership of Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, will be responsible for distributing food baskets in two provinces of the Red Sea region of Sudan, as well as North Kordofan province.
KSRelief will also deliver medical supplies to more than 40 health centers, in the hope that more than 50,000 Sudanese nationals will benefit from the Saudi aid shipment.