Author: ARAB NEWSID: 1541534004647670800Wed, 2018-11-07 22:52
JEDDAH: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) is supporting the livestock sector for the neediest families in Syria — the most vital area in providing food security and livelihoods for most families.
KSReliefs technical team on Tuesday provided sheep, cows and support for feed and veterinary care and vaccinations to 134 beneficiaries in the Syrian governorate of Hama.
This is part of the centers humanitarian assistance to people in war-ravaged parts of Syria.
The center also distributed 47 tons of food baskets in directorates in Hajjah governorate, Yemen, benefiting 3,828 individuals.
The distribution comes within the framework of humanitarian projects being provided by Saudi Arabia for the Yemeni people, which have so far reached 294 projects.
Also on Tuesday, the center held a graduation ceremony for the first batch of the 7th and 8th phases of the rehabilitation project of child soldiers in Yemen.
The center celebrated the rehabilitation of 27 children psychologically, socially and educationally for one month by psychologists and social workers.
The course is the 11th of the project, which was launched in August 2017, within the centers plan to rehabilitate 2,000 Yemeni children.
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