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KSRELIEF distributes Iftar meals to Syrians, Yemenis and Rohingya

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The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRELIEF) is distributing Ramadan Iftar meals to displaced Syrians in the northern countryside of Aleppo, Yemeni people in Taiz, and Rohingya refugees in the Balukhali camp in Bangladesh’s Cox’s Bazar.

The distribution in Aleppo covered the areas of Hreitan, Miznaz, Kafr Hamra and Dara Azza.

In the Salah Directorate of Taiz in Yemen, 1,500 food baskets were distributed benefiting 9,000 people.

The aid falls within the framework of humanitarian projects provided by the kingdom, represented by KSRELIEF.

The UNESCO Arab Group has praised the kingdom’s efforts in providing humanitarian aid to crisis-stricken people and countries around the world.

During a recent meeting with the UNESCO Arab Group at its headquarters in Paris, KSRELIEF supervisor, general, Dr. Abdullah Al Rabeeah, said that the kingdom has implemented education programs in nine countries at a total cost of $93,000,000, and carried out 419 humanitarian aid and relief projects in 40 countries.