King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) inaugurated yesterday the 11th and 12th volunteer programs in the Zaatari camp for Syrian refugees in Jordan.
Twenty-six volunteers from various medical, psychological, social and educational specialties participated in these two programs.
The two programs aim to provide training courses in several areas, including electrical installations, computer maintenance, first aid and psychological counseling
The program also aims to provide medical services represented by pediatric cardiac clinics, dermatology and physiotherapy.
This comes within the voluntary programs organized by KSrelief, in its belief in the importance of voluntary work, which is one of the humanitarian practices associated with all the meanings of goodness and giving.
KSrelief yesterday distributed 21 tons of food baskets in the Lebanese region of Arsal, benefiting 1,600 people from the most needy groups.
This came within the center’s project to support food security for Palestinian and Syrian refugees and the host community in the Lebanese Republic.
KSrelief inaugurated yesterday the voluntary medical program to combat blindness and the diseases that cause it in the city of Nawabjong Shabay in the Republic of Bangladesh
This program is part of the Saudi Noor Volunteer Program, which runs from September 23 to October 1, 2022.
Since the start of the campaign, the center’s volunteer medical team has examined 3,000 cases, distributed 911 eyeglasses, and performed 146 cataract surgeries.
This campaign comes as an extension of the projects related to combating blindness implemented by the Kingdom, represented by the Center, for families with low incomes in a number of brotherly and friendly countries.