KSRelief General Supervisor Showcases Saudi Aid to Yemen
King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) General Supervisor Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah showcased the kingdom’s efforts in supporting Yemenis in all humanitarian fields, during a seminar on Saudi humanitarian efforts in Yemen.
The seminar was held by KSRelief at the University of Warsaw on Friday, in the attendance of Yemeni Ambassador to Poland Mervat Mojali and a number of academics and journalists.
The number of projects provided by the center to Yemen amounted to 294 projects valued at $1.659.271 billion, in partnership with 80 local and international partners, Rabeeah stated.
He also talked about the specific projects provided by the center in Yemen, such as the rehabilitation program for child soldiers recruited by the Houthi militias, and the rehabilitation program of artificial organs, which benefited hundreds of Yemeni citizens who were severely injured by the random planting of mines by militias in addition to (MASAM), a program committed to making Yemen landmine-free in order to protect civilians.
Further, Rabeeah met on Friday with members of the Saudi-Polish Parliamentary Friendship Group in the Polish Parliament headed by a member of the Parliament, Bozena Kaminska.
During the meeting, Rabeeah gave a detailed explanation of the Kingdom’s support to Yemen and other affected and needy countries.
The members of the Friendship Group stressed the strong relationship between the two brotherly countries and that Poland stands with the Kingdom in all its endeavors to save the Yemeni people.