KSRelief distributes aid in Yemen, Somalia and Jordan
Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) continued its relief program for needy families in Yemen, Somalia and Jordan with the delivery of food baskets as well as winter clothing.
In Taiz governorate of Yemen, KSRelief delivered 69 tons and 15 kilograms of food aid for 3,870 residents impacted by conflict in the country.
And in Somalia, at least 49 tons of food relief was distributed to 4,200 people.
Somalia, as well as other Horn of Africa countries, is facing the worst drought in 40 years and the UN’s refugee agency said that as much as 7 million of the country’s 15 million people are experiencing severe hunger, and with some families displaced due to conflict and insecurity.
Meanwhile, Syrian and Palestinian refugees and needy families in Jordan were provided winter clothing by the aid organization on behalf of the Saudi Arabian government.