The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre has started its campaign on urgent nutritional aid for displaced individuals from Aleppo and Idlib.
The relief packages are for those who escaped their homes and reside in make-shift camps.
The relief center’s first batch of packages, dispatched on Saturday, Jan. 27, will be delivered to 12,106 individuals.
The center aims to expand the size of relief package project extended to the Syrian people through working on numerous projects specific to the Syrian cause. The projects will be implemented soon in hopes of reducing the Syrian people’s suffering and to stand in solidarity with them.
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