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Saudi Arabia’s Aid to Needy Countries Amounts to SAR 412 billion

The total value of Saudi Arabia’s aid granted to the most needy countries amounted to about 412 billion Saudi riyals. 170 countries benefited from this aid, according to the Saudi aid platform, reported Al Arabiya.

Saudi Arabia wants to manage and coordinate relief work internationally to ensure the provision of support to the affected groups, through its relief arm, King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief).

The center recently launched its own strategic plan, which included leadership in relief and humanitarian work, as well as supervision, organization, empowerment and oversight of relief and humanitarian work in other countries.

The official spokesman for the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre, Samer Al Jutaily, revealed that the special strategy aims to achieve sustainability in humanitarian work, by expanding partnerships with international bodies and enhancing Saudi Arabia’s global position. Also, the center aspires through the strategy to become a logistical center for humanitarian work in Gulf countries.

Al Jutaily said in an exclusive interview with Al Arabiya.net that the center’s strategic plan was also launched to expand the scope of partnerships with the United Nations and international and non-profit organizations. The partnerships aim to ensure sustainability in projects and enhance the center’s global position in terms of efficiency, speed of movement, access, measurement of impact, and support for non-profit organizations in all areas of relief and humanitarian work to work abroad.

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