During his meeting with the director general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Al-Rabeeah discussed a number of issues of common interest pertaining to medical and health programs between the two sides in Yemen, Syria, Bangladesh and other countries.
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Al-Rabeeah held a meeting with David Beasley, executive director of the World Food Programme (WFP), to review ways to enhance cooperation in food security and overcome difficulties facing humanitarian relief work in various countries of the world.
The two sides discussed joint programs in Yemen and Syria, searching for the optimal support mechanism to alleviate the suffering there.
Beasley praised the distinguished partnership between KSRelief and WFP and the two sides’ pursuit of food security in countries in need.
During his meeting with the director general of the European Commission for Human Affairs, Dr. Michael Kohler, Al-Rabeeah discussed cooperation to support humanitarian aid globally.
Kohler praised the efforts of KSRelief and its role in supporting affected peoples in Yemen and other countries.
Al-Rabeeah also met Jennifer Townson, Britain’s Migration and Modern Slavery envoy. Townson was briefed on the KSRelief’s humanitarian efforts for displaced people in the world, such as Yemeni and Syrian refugees, Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh and Malaysia, and various refugee environments.
Townson noted the work of the KSRelief around the world to help the displaced.
Meanwhile, a Saudi relief plane arrived in Djibouti International Airport carrying 100 tons of food and shelter aid for 3,500 individuals affected by rains that swept Djibouti recently. This comes within the framework of efforts by the Kingdom, represented by KSRelief, to provide all forms of aid to needy peoples in all countries.
The center also signed two executive projects to treat wounded Yemenis in recent incidents in the governorate of Aden in partnership with a number of private sector hospitals.
KSRelief, in cooperation with the Ghina Charitable Society, distributed 1,216 winter bags and 2,432 blankets, benefiting 1,216 families of various nationalities in the Lebanese town of Bar Elias.
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