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The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) has signed a joint executive program to implement the “SANAD” project, which aims to provide support to orphans affected by the conflict in Hadhramout and Taiz governorates.
Engineer Ahmed bin Ali Al-Bayez, Assistant Supervisor General for Operations and Programs at KSRelief’s headquarters in Riyadh, signed the program. The initiative’s primary objective is to enhance the humanitarian situation of orphans by creating a safe and stable environment for them. It also focuses on their education, empowerment, and active participation in society, while facilitating their livelihood through diverse activities and programs. A total of 770 individuals will benefit from these initiatives.
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