Saudi Arabia’s aid agency to extend vaccination program in Yemen

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Time: July 03, 2019

The project aims to vaccinate 1,140,000 Yemeni children against various diseases at a cost of over $4.8 million. (SPA)
  • King Salman issued his directives on May 13, 2015, to establish the KSRelief to provide various humanitarian and relief programs

RIYADH: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) signed an agreement with the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) on Tuesday to extend a vaccination project for Yemeni children for another six months.
The agreement was co-signed by KSRelief Assistant General Supervisor Ahmed bin Ali Al-Bayez and UNICEF’s regional chief field officer, Eltayeb Adam.
The project aims to vaccinate 1,140,000 Yemeni children against various diseases at a cost of over $4.8 million.
On Monday, KSRelief announced it had also distributed 450 food baskets to displaced people in the Hajjah governorate in the country, benefiting 2,700 people.
King Salman issued his directives on May 13, 2015, to establish the KSRelief to provide various humanitarian and relief programs. Since its inception, KSRelief has implemented 1,011 projects in 44 countries worth $3,439,139,000, with 225 projects worth $389,682,000 targeting women and 234 projects worth $529,463,000 targeting children.

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