Saudi Arabia’s KSRelief distributes aid to displaced Yemenis and Syrian refugees
The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) on Thursday distributed aid to civilians in Yemen trapped by mines or targeted by missiles fired by Houthi militias.
The aid, which included help with shelter as well as 300 packets of dates, benefited 1,000 people in Ma’rib governorate, and falls within the framework of the Yemen Comprehensive Humanitarian Operations (YCHO).
The center is helping to fight dengue fever by distributing food baskets to medical staff and needy families in the Mukalla region in Hadhramaut, whereas some 600 affected individuals and families have benefited from food rations.
The aid is the first stage of the campaign to fight dengue fever, which includes the distribution of 49,000 food baskets in the province.
Mobile clinics of KSRelief have also continued the provision of medical services to Syrian refugees in Zaatari camp, Jordan.
The number of Syrian refugees who received medical treatment provided by KSRelief clinics stood at 14,355 in February.
The KSRelief clinics treated cases that included pediatrics, heart disease, dentistry, general surgery, skin and allergies, ENT, general medicine, vaccines, internal diseases, nutrition, urinary tract, eyes, gynecology health care, laboratory, radiology, and pharmacy.