Saudi humanitarian center KSrelief distributes aid to families caring for Yemeni orphans

the center had implemented more than 550 projects throughout Yemeni provinces. (SPA)
the center had implemented more than 550 projects throughout Yemeni provinces. (SPA)
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Updated 09 January 2021

Saudi humanitarian center KSrelief distributes aid to families caring for Yemeni orphans

Saudi humanitarian center KSrelief distributes aid to families caring for Yemeni orphans

The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) handed over specialist equipment to Yemeni families looking after orphans during a ceremony held in Aden.
The delivery was part of the Seed of Safety program which Yemen’s Minister of Social Affairs Dr. Mohammed Al-Zaouri said was vital in supporting an important segment of the country’s society.
Abdullah Al-Tayyar, coordinator of KSrelief’s projects in Aden, said the center had implemented more than 550 projects throughout Yemeni provinces.
Seed of Safety’s projects director, Imane Al-Zubairi, pointed out that the program had been running for a year during which time it had helped 600 women providing for orphans in Aden, Taiz, Marib, and on the country’s west coast.
Training courses have been held in photography, incense production, sewing, and baking.