Relief work helps displaced Yemenis with education

Relief work helps displaced Yemenis with education
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Saudi aid agency and the IOM have signed a joint agreement to provide humanitarian support to vulnerable communities in Yemen. (SPA)
Relief work helps displaced Yemenis with education
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Saudi aid agency and the IOM have signed a joint agreement to provide humanitarian support to vulnerable communities in Yemen. (SPA)
Relief work helps displaced Yemenis with education
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Saudi aid agency and the IOM have signed a joint agreement to provide humanitarian support to vulnerable communities in Yemen. (SPA)
Relief work helps displaced Yemenis with education
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Saudi aid agency and the IOM have signed a joint agreement to provide humanitarian support to vulnerable communities in Yemen. (SPA)
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Saudi aid agency and the IOM have signed a joint agreement to provide humanitarian support to vulnerable communities in Yemen. (SPA)
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Updated 02 January 2021

Relief work helps displaced Yemenis with education

Relief work helps displaced Yemenis with education
  • KSrelief seeks to provide displaced Yemeni families with aid and basic needs to alleviate their suffering

RIYADH: Work to help displaced Yemeni children continue their education and return to school is continuing through the joint efforts of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
The support has helped 8,500 students to return to class, in addition to 750 teaching and administrative staff, in various provinces.
KSrelief and the IOM have signed a joint agreement to provide shelter, essential items, camp management and education support to vulnerable communities in the governorates of Marib, Aden, Lahj and Hadramout. These efforts benefit 224,918 people as part of the $15 million Humanitarian Response Plan for Yemen 2020.
It is part of the organizations’ response to crises in conflict zones and within their support framework for Arab states to meet their needs in times of crisis. It is also part of the work being carried out by KSrelief in partnership with the IOM in several countries including Yemen.


Saudi royals offer condolences to Indonesia’s quake victims

Saudi royals offer condolences to Indonesia’s quake victims
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Saudi royals offer condolences to Indonesia’s quake victims

Saudi royals offer condolences to Indonesia’s quake victims
  • At least 56 people were killed and 820 injured in the quake that left 15,000 people displaced

RIYADH: The Saudi King and Crown Prince have offered their condolences to President Joko Widodo of Indonesia after an earthquake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale hit Sulawesi island on Friday.

According to the disaster mitigation agency (BNPB) at least 56 people were killed and 820 injured in the quake that left 15,000 people displaced.

King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman offered their sympathy to the families of those killed and wished a speedy recovery for the injured.