By Marwa Mahmoud
Since its establishment in May 2015 until August 2020, King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Action has provided 1,350 humanitarian projects covering 53 countries around the world, in cooperation with 144 local, regional and international partners.
The Yemeni Republic came on top of the beneficiaries, followed by the State of Palestine, then the Syrian Arab Republic, and then Somalia.
According to the Saudi Press Agency, “SPA”, the center had implemented 502 projects in Yemen until last month in cooperation with 80 partners; the health sector had 224 projects, and the food security sector 95 projects.
In Palestine, the Center implemented 88 projects to support humanitarian work in cooperation with 17 partners.
As of last August, the center has implemented 225 projects in Syria in cooperation with 40 partners. The food security sector had 83 projects, the accommodation sector 56 projects, and the health sector 37 projects, etc.
The King Salman Relief Center for Victims in Somalia implemented 53 projects, in cooperation with 7 partners, which included 27 projects in the field of food security, 10 projects in the health field, and 4 projects in water and environmental sanitation, etc.
These projects come within the framework of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia seeking to provide various services to the people and countries in need, and to support humanitarian and relief programs and projects in it.
These projects work to improve living conditions under the directives of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and his trustworthy Crown Prince to stand with brotherly and friendly countries to alleviate their suffering.