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KSrelief Director Meets UN Volunteers Delegation

On February 27, 2024, the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Aid (KSrelief) hosted a significant meeting at its headquarters in Riyadh. The delegation included representatives from the United Nations Volunteers program, led by Niels Knudsen, the UN Volunteers Program Chief of External Relations and Communications, and the Ksrelief Director.

Overview of KSrelief’s Volunteer Work

Dr. Ali bin Saad Al-Qarni, Director of the Volunteer Programs Department, simultaneously highlighted the remarkable efforts undertaken by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the realm of volunteer work. These endeavors, facilitated through KSrelief, span 597 volunteer projects across diverse fields, including medical, educational, vocational, and training initiatives. These projects have been successfully implemented in 40 countries worldwide.

KSrelief’s Humanitarian Efforts Transform Lives

The impact of KSrelief’s volunteer work is undeniable. With over 151,000 surgeries performed, these projects have directly benefited more than 1.5 million individuals. Such significant contributions demonstrate the Kingdom’s commitment to alleviating suffering and addressing humanitarian needs on a global scale. Notably, these efforts have undoubtedly made a difference.

Meticulous Planning and Execution

Dr. Al-Qarni emphasized the meticulous approach adopted by KSrelief. Advanced standards and a well-defined governance structure guide the planning and execution of volunteer projects. This ensures that the basic requirements of vulnerable and affected populations are met effectively. Furthermore, this approach has contributed to the success of KSrelief’s initiatives.

Capacity Building and Collaboration

KSrelief not only provides aid but also invests in the future. Efforts to build the capacities of volunteers and humanitarian workers in needy countries are a priority. By empowering local communities, KSrelief aims to create sustainable solutions for long-term impact. Similarly, collaboration with the United Nations Volunteers program strengthens these efforts, ensuring a brighter future for vulnerable communities worldwide.

In summary, KSrelief’s commitment to volunteerism is undeniably making a difference. Moreover, through strategic planning, meticulous execution, and a focus on capacity building, the Kingdom continues to be a beacon of hope for those in need. The collaboration with the United Nations Volunteers programs further strengthens these efforts, ensuring a brighter future for vulnerable communities worldwide.

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