King Salman Center, UNICEF sign pact to provide relief to Yemeni refugees
King Salman Center and UNICEF sign a pact to provide relief to Yemeni refugees in Djibouti
The Riyadh-based King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Work and UNICEF signed a memorandum of understanding here on Saturday to provide relief aid to Yemeni refugees stationed in Djibouti.
Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeea, Consultant at the Royal Court and Supervisor General of the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Work, and Dr. Ibrahim Al-Zeeg, UNICEF representative, co- signed for the two parties.
In remarks following the signing ceremony, which was attended by Djibouti's ambassador and a number of dignitaries in charge of humanitarian relief delivery to the needy children all over the world, the center's spokesman Raafat Al-Sabbagh said the center supports Yemeni refugees with $350,000.
He urged all humanitarians organizations and charities to cooperate with the King Salman Center to provide relief for the needy Yemenis.
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