King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) distributed food aid in each of Hodeidah and Taiz governorates, Yemen, through Al-Khair Humanitarian Coalition.
A total of 7850 displaced families in Hodeidah and 2150 in Taiz benefited from this aid.
Also, as many as 30 relief trucks affiliated to KSrelief have crossed Al-Wadiah port, during the period from 16 to 21 November 2019 carrying 203 tons and 100 kg of medical medicines, 333 food basket weighing 24 tons and 642 kg, 20 tons and 160 kg of shelter materials containing 160 tents and 320 blankets, and 300 tons containing 37,500 cartons of dates.
This aid targets Marib, Taiz, Aden, Hadhramaut, Al-Mahrah, Hodeidah, and Al-Jawf governorates, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
This comes within the framework of Saudi Arabia's keenness, represented by the KSrelief, to support the Yemeni people in order to alleviate their human suffering.
Meanwhile, the Riyadh-based center continues to provide medical services to Syrian refugees in Zaatari camp in Jordan, benefiting 6,330 children during last October.
KSrelief is always keen to improve the efficiency of the clinics and develop medical devices to suit the needs of the beneficiaries, especially children.