KSRelief launches new education and health programs in Yemen, Nigeria

The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center’s (KSRelief ) humanitarian efforts in Yemen and Nigeria continue with the focus on educational training and medical care for the less fortunate.
In Yemen, KSRelief signed a cooperation agreement with a civil society institution to ensure access to a safe educational environment in several governates. The initiative is expected to benefit more than 16,000 students and educational personnel.

The program will provide new educational equipment and tools to a number of schools and will offer training courses for 40 school supervisors and social workers in targeted schools.
In the health sector, KSRelief also launched the “Saudi Noor Voluntary Program” to combat blindness and its causes in Mukalla. KSRelief’s voluntary medical team has examined 729 cases, distributed 92 glasses and performed 40 surgeries.

This comes as part of the projects related to combating blindness for low-income families in a number of countries, state news agency SPA reported.
Meanwhile, in Nigeria, KSRelief distributed 1,482 food baskets with 8,892 displaced people benefiting from the activity.


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