MARIB: The International Organization for Migration (IOM), supported by the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), has continued to improve the electricity grid in the Jufaina camp of Yemen’s Marib governorate.
IOM and KSrelief aim to provide various humanitarian aid to the displaced families and alleviate the current humanitarian crisis.
In September, KSrelief signed a $15-million joint agreement with IOM to carry out several projects that would benefit the Yemeni people, ensure their access to shelter and educational services and coordinate camps in Marib, Lahj and Hadramout, as part of the Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan.
KSrelief also launched a project to distribute medical equipment and supplies to four hospitals in the Marib governorate, in cooperation with the World Health Organization.
Backed by KSrelief, the Dialysis Center in Yemen’s Al-Mahrah governorate has continued to provide medical services to beneficiaries.
During the period from Feb. 20 to Feb. 25, the center received 35 patients who received 82 dialysis sessions.
KSrelief has implemented 575 projects in Yemen at a total cost of nearly $3.5 billion. The initiatives have been carried out in cooperation with 80 local, regional and international partners.
Since its inception in 2015, KSrelief has implemented 1,536 projects in 59 countries at a total cost of nearly $5 billion.