The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center has distributed more than 46 tons of Ramadan food baskets among needy families in Yemen’s Al-Mahrah governorate, benefiting 2,610 people.
The center also handed out 1,140 food baskets in the Afghan capital Kabul as part of a project to deliver 18,600 such packages to help 111,600 people in Afghanistan.
More than 900,000 individuals in 19 countries are expected to receive aid through the Saudi Ramadan Eta’am initiative that aims to send out a total of 156,993 food parcels, together weighing 8,430 tons.
KSrelief recently signed a joint agreement at its headquarters in Riyadh to implement the Zakat Al-Fitr project to benefit 26,950 families and 188,650 individuals in Yemen as part of efforts to maintain food security in the war-torn country.
Meanwhile, the Saudi Ministry of Islamic Affairs, Dawah, and Guidance continues to implement King Salman’s program for iftar in Sri Lanka, under the supervision of the charge d’affaires of the Saudi Embassy in Colombo, Abdulelah Arkobi. In coordination with official charities and centers registered with government agencies, 300 food baskets have been distributed among 2,800 people. SPA Al-Mahrah