KSrelief Signs Health Contract for Disabled Syrian Refugees in Lebanon
King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) signed in Riyadh on Saturday a contract to provide health, medical and psychosocial care for Syrian refugees in Lebanon with a total value of $1 million and 105 thousand, benefiting 6,000 people.
The contract was signed by Assistant Supervisor General of KSrelief for Operations and Programs Eng. Ahmed bin Ali Al-Baiz.
The project includes Tripoli and a number of provinces in Lebanon.
The project also aims to create health facilities and provide free diagnostic services, treatment and prosthetic devices for people with disabilities, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
Meanwhile in Bangladesh, the Saudi center has also sent a team to inspect its implemented projects for Rohingya Refugees in the district of Cox's Bazar.
Worth noting that the projects include the sectors of food security, shelter, water, environmental sanitation and health.
According to SPA, the aid comes in the context of the continued support being provided by Saudi Arabia represented by KSRelief to alleviate the suffering of Rohingya refugees.