JEDDAH: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) is continuing to help orphans and needy families in the Khalton district of Tajikistan, benefiting up to 500 orphans.
KSrelief supports orphans and their families, as well as low-income individuals, providing psychological and economic support. The project is part of Saudi Arabia’s efforts to provide humanitarian aid and relief to those most in need.
In Yemen on Wednesday KSrelief launched a project to provide educational assistance to the districts of Thamud and Rumah in Hadramout governorate. The general director of Thamud praised the Kingdom’s humanitarian support for Yemen and its people.
The project includes the provision of eight computer laboratories, four science labs, classrooms for 147 students, 1,668 backpacks, and other school supplies.
In Lebanon, KSRelief is distributing blankets and “winter kits” to Syrian and Palestinian refugees and host societies in Beirut, Saida, Koura, Batroun, and other cities, benefiting 7,920 individuals.