AMMAN: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center is continuing to distribute winter kits in Jordan as part of the project’s second phase.
KSrelief, in cooperation with the Jordanian Hashemite Charitable Organization, recently distributed 4,708 blankets and 2,354 winter bags to needy Jordanian families and Syrian and Palestinian refugees in a number of governorates, helping 11,770 people.
The aid comes within the framework of projects being implemented by the Kingdom to alleviate the suffering and improve the livelihoods of refugees and families in Jordan, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
The center also distributed food and shelter aid to the neediest families in Afghanistan.
KSrelief teams distributed 600 food baskets with a combined weight of more than 36 tons in Kabul to help 2,100 people. The aid comes as part of the Saudi relief airlift dispatched by the center to support Afghans.