Saudi relief center delivers school supplies to Syrian refugees

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Over two decades, Saudi Arabia has delivered $87 billion in humanitarian aid to 81 countries. (SPA)
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Over two decades, Saudi Arabia has delivered $87 billion in humanitarian aid to 81 countries. (SPA)
Updated 14 October 2019

Saudi relief center delivers school supplies to Syrian refugees

  • Since 2014 more than 1,011 humanitarian aid programs worth $3.5 billion have benefitted 44 countries, primarily Yemen, Palestine, Syria, Somalia, Pakistan, Indonesia and Iraq

AMMAN: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) on Sunday continued its flood-relief operations in Jordan, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
The center distributed school bags and stationery items to 1,152 Syrian students in refugee camps in the Jordanian capital Amman.
The director of KSRelief’s offices in Jordan, Dr. Bader Al-Samhan, affirmed his organization’s keenness to support the children of Syrian refugees and provide them with basic educational needs.
Meanwhile KSRelief, in cooperation with Al-Khair Coalition for Humanitarian Relief, distributed humanitarian assistance in Yemen’s Saada region. According to officials, as many as 357 food baskets were given away, benefiting 2,142 people.
Over two decades, Saudi Arabia has delivered $87 billion in humanitarian aid to 81 countries.
Since 2014 more than 1,011 humanitarian aid programs worth $3.5 billion have benefitted 44 countries, primarily Yemen, Palestine, Syria, Somalia, Pakistan, Indonesia and Iraq. 


Saudi Arabia repatriation flights from US cities, Beirut bring home nationals

Updated 05 June 2020

Saudi Arabia repatriation flights from US cities, Beirut bring home nationals

  • Flights from Washington and Houston arrived at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh

DUBAI: Four more repatriation flights arrived in Saudi Arabia as part of the Kingdom’s efforts to bring back stranded citizens from coronavirus hotspots, state news agency SPA reported.
Flights from Washington and Houston arrived at King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh while another two landed in King Abdulaziz International Airport in Jeddah, bringing Saudi nationals from New York and Beirut.
All precautionary measures to contain the coronavirus spread were taken to ensure the safety of passengers, who would also be in isolation for 14 days.