Saudi Arabia distributes aid among flood-hit in Yemen

The aid, which included 87 tents, 240 blankets, 80 rugs, benefited 522 individuals. (SPA)
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The aid, which included 87 tents, 240 blankets, 80 rugs, benefited 522 individuals. (SPA)
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The aid, which included 87 tents, 240 blankets, 80 rugs, benefited 522 individuals. (SPA)
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Updated 28 July 2021

Saudi Arabia distributes aid among flood-hit in Yemen

The aid, which included 87 tents, 240 blankets, 80 rugs, benefited 522 individuals. (SPA)
  • The Emergency Center for Epidemic Diseases Control in the Hajjah governorate offered health services to 1,529 Yemenis in the first week of July

RIYADH: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) on Tuesday distributed relief goods and shelters among flood-hit people in Al-Abr directorate in Yemen’s Hadramaut governorate.
The aid, which included 87 tents, 240 blankets, 80 rugs, benefited 522 individuals.
Through the center, the Kingdom is carrying out several humanitarian projects in different parts of Yemen. These projects are aimed at alleviating the suffering of the Yemeni people.
The Emergency Center for Epidemic Diseases Control in the Hajjah governorate offered health services to 1,529 Yemenis in the first week of July.
The center is being run with the support of KSrelief, which ensures the availability of the best healthcare services and medicines to the patients visiting the facility.