BEIRUT: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has been distributing Eid Al-Fitr clothing to orphans of Syrian and Palestinian refugees and host communities in Lebanon.
The aid packages to the cities of Tripoli, Zahle, and Dbayeh, east of the Lebanese capital Beirut, form part of the center’s project to provide clothes for 6,548 children in the country for the festival marking the end of Ramadan.
KSrelief has also handed out more than 122 tons of Ramadan food baskets to 7,500 people in the city of Kismayo in the Jubaland region of Somalia.
Meanwhile, the Saudi Embassy in Comoros, in cooperation with the Red Crescent Society in the capital Moroni, carried out its programs for Ramadan under the supervision of the charge d’affaires, Abd bin Saeed Al-Rashid, and the president of the Red Crescent Society, Hassan Ali Saleh.
The programs included providing iftar meals, distributing Eid clothing, and Zakat Al-Fitr.
Al-Rashid lauded Saudi Arabia’s continued support for the development of Comoros.