The mobile clinics of King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) provided medical services in the Yemen on Thursday.
The center received dozens of patients into its emergency clinic, 201 to the internal medicine department, 160 to the awareness and education clinic, and at least 96 benefited from the nursing services.
The center also provided medical prescription to 218 beneficiaries.
Meanwhile in Lebanon, the Riyadh-based center continued distributing food aid for Syrian and Palestinian families located in a number of Lebanese provinces.
A total of 16,967kg of foodstuffs was delivered to 2,122, families.
Meanwhile, in collaboration with the Norwegian Council for Refugees, the Saudi center has launched a number of humanitarian projects for women, children, water and environmental reforms and education in Somaliland benefiting 100,000 persons.
This aid comes in the framework of the continuous support provided by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through the KSrelief to the needy around the world and in the region.