A report by the KSRelief declared its financiation to the WHO which allow it to support health services in Yemen. Indeed KSRelief provided health and environmental services to Yemeni governorates in addition to providing principal medical equipment and 12m vaccines to children. This support reached more than 7.5 million benificiaries and through the help of KSRelief, the WHO provided basic health services to refugees and areas that are hard to reach. Through WHO the centre also helped the heath amenities through surgical teams with 39 permanent medical teams and 28 specialized teams sent to variuos governorate. Moreover 12m vaccines were sent to immunize yemeni children against mumps, rubella and whooping cough, tetanus and diphteria.
Adviser to the Royal Court and General Supervisor of the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Aid (KSRelief) Abdullah Al-Rabeeah signed an agreement on Friday in Rome to implement a program to counter malnutrition in Yemen’s Governorate of Hodeidah at a cost of $10 million. Al-Rabeeah said the program is implemented on the directives of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman to provide relief and humanitarian aid to the people in Yemen. Al-Rabeeah pointed out that the program aims to address the risk of acute malnutrition for children under the age of five years.
The King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Aid (KSRelief) on Friday distributed 30,000 food baskets to needy families in all governorates of Hodeidah in Yemen. The head of KSRelief and adviser at the royal court, Abdulllah Al-Rabeeah, said in a statement that the center is implementing many projects in coordination with the United Nations and the World Food Program for food emergency aid in 16 Yemeni governorates. KSRelief gives direct and indirect aid to those suffering from the present crises. Aid is either for relief and/or humanitarian purposes, and in such areas as education.