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Saudi Arabia allocates tens of millions of dollars to fight cholera in Yemen

  Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdul Aziz Relief Center on Thursday signed a $ 33.7 million deal to fight cholera in Yemen, where the number of suspected cases exceeds 400,000 in a country that has “the world’s greatest humanitarian crisis.” The agreement comes days after a memorandum of understanding that …

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Al-Oula Charity Raises Funds for Children

Al-Oula, a women Charity organization, hosted   “Basmat Khair”  exhibition in mid-June at the Jeddah Hilton. The event was held under the patronage of Princess Al-Anood bint Abdullah, wife of Prince Khalid Al-Faisal, Makkah governor and adviser to King Salman. Al-Oula aims to raise funds through the event’s sponsorship, entry tickets, …

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Two Major Companies are sponsoring Baheya Hospital for Breast Cancer

Oriental Weavers recently announced that stemming from their  dedication to society and social responsibility…We are sponsoring Baheya Hospital for Breast Cancer Gauging the success of companies and corporations is no longer measured merely by the size of their investments, ROI, growth or profitability, but it is also crucial that these …

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Protecting Civilians in Armed Conflicts


International humanitarian law (IHL) is the law that regulates the conduct of war (jus in bello). It is that branch of international law which seeks to limit the effects of armed conflict by protecting persons who are not participating in hostilities, and by restricting and regulating the means and methods of warfare available to combatants. IHL …

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Lack of Education of Children in Conflict Can lead to Lost Generations

The lack of education of children in conflict can lead to lost generations, agreed speakers at the panel discussion on the first day of the Dubai International Humanitarian Aid and Development conference and exhibition (Dihad), which took place at the Dubai World Trade Centre on March 21 and March 22. During the …

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SPA Meets the Desire of the Child Mazen

Saudia Private Aviation “SPA” has invited a five-year-old cancer fighter, Mazen al-Ghamdi, to visit “ Al-Bayraq” to realize his dream of becoming a pilot.   Mazen Al-Ghamdi,  was accompanied by his mother,   brother and doctor to the company’s headquarters. He was received by the Saudi Air Special Operations Director, Captain Hamza …

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