The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center has sent urgent relief packages to the rebel-held Eastern Ghouta in Syria.
The packages included supplies to run a charity kitchen and nutritional baskets. The aid was given to citizens in Doma, Arbin, Harasta, Mesraba and several other areas in Ghouta, reported the Saudi Press Agency on Saturday.
The center will be operating a charity kitchen for the next six months which will facilitate over 200,000 meals for the suffering citizens. This is an average of 2,000 meals per day.
Also, the center will be distributing 5,633 nutritional packages to poor and suffering families in the war-torn area.
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