The King Salman Human Aid and Relief Centre in Saudi Arabia donated 700 food baskets to needy families in N’Djamena, Chad’s capital, on Monday, helping 4,200 individuals.
These aids are part of the Kingdom’s relief and humanitarian efforts, which are represented by the center, to help stricken countries and peoples all around world.
Meanwhile, the center hosted a reception for its staff at its Riyadh offices, which was attended by Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, the facility’s general supervisor, and other center officials.
Al-Rabeeah praised the center’s employees and commended them for all of their efforts and hard work in implementing the center’s objectives, which had transformed it into “a humanitarian icon field”
“The center was capable of reaching more than 80 countries throughout the world and establish itself as a worldwide leadership role for humanitarian work,” he said.
“Striving to develop humanitarian efforts and propose new proposals and concepts in this area, especially in view of the increased humanitarian needs,” Al-Rabeeah said.