RIYADH: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has signed a joint executive program with a civil society organization to provide urgent relief aid to displaced families in the Gaza Strip, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Thursday.
According to the SPA, the Center’s Assistant General Supervisor for Operations and Programs, Engineer Ahmed bin Ali Al-Baiz, signed the agreement at the KSrelief’s headquarters in Riyadh.
Under the project 11,000 dry food baskets, 5,000 health and personal hygiene supplies, and 7,720 clothes and blankets would be distributed.
Additionally, urgent psychological support activities would also be organized for children, benefiting 117,720 displaced Palestinian individuals.
These efforts are part of Saudi Arabia’s humanitarian and relief projects, which it provides through its humanitarian arm KSrelief, to support the Palestinian people during their current humanitarian crisis.