The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief), in cooperation with the Al-Khair Charity for Humanitarian Relief, has distributed 950 bags containing 2,850 Eid kiswa (gifts) to displaced and orphan children in the Yemeni city of Al-Mukalla.
The center also distributed 1,750 bags, including 5,250 gifts, among children in Yemen’s Aden governorate and 1,350 bags, containing 3,503 gifts, in Lahij governorate.
The gifts will be distributed to 84,750 displaced and orphan children in several Yemeni provinces as part of the “Their Happiness is Our Hope” project recently launched by KSRelief.
This initiative is just one of many humanitarian projects implemented by the center in Yemen.
It recently launched an emergency response project to combat dengue fever in Aden. The five-month program targets the eight districts of Aden and will benefit 861,719 individuals.
The project includes launching major indoor and outdoor fogging spray and getting rid of stagnant water in damp areas across Aden to help deter mosquito habitats.
Dr. Ali Al-Walidi, the undersecretary of Yemen’s Health Ministry, praised the efforts of KSRelief to support his country’s health sector and shed light on the importance of combating dengue fever.
The project comes within the Kingdom’s humanitarian efforts, represented by KSRelief, to help the people of Yemen.