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KSrelief Sends Saudi Dates to Brazil

King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) launched a project Yesterday in Brasília to distribute 100 tons of Saudi dates in Brazil and its neighboring countries, in collaboration with the Federation of Muslim Associations of Brazil (FAMBRAS), reported Saudi Press Agency.

The project will distribute 100 tons of dates to the most needy in 20 Brazilian states, in addition to 12 other countries in South America and Central America. These countries include Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, Venezuela, Ecuador, Paraguay, Uruguay, Chile, Peru, Guyana, El Salvador, and Guatemala.

Saudi Aid to Sudan

The center distributed 1,162 cartons of Saudi dates to the most needy and displaced families in Al-Jazeera State in the Republic of Sudan. 5,672 individuals benefited from them.

This is  part of the date aid distribution project in the Republic of Sudan.
Moreover, this comes within the relief and humanitarian projects provided by the Kingdom through its humanitarian arm, the King Salman Relief Centre for many needy and affected countries and peoples.

Saudi Aid to Pakistan

Saudi Arabia has gifted Pakistan a significant quantity of 100 tons of dates as Ramadan approaches. This gesture not only underscores the deep-rooted friendship between the two nations but also highlights the importance of Saudi dates in the Islamic world, especially during the holy month of Ramadan.

Saudi Dates

Moreover, Saudi dates are renowned worldwide for their quality, taste, and nutritional value. They are an integral part of the Ramadan diet. People eat them at iftar (the evening meal to break the fast) across the Muslim world.

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