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Saudi Arabia’s aid center giving helping hand to Yemen orphans

Saudi Arabia’s aid center giving helping hand to Yemen orphans

Saudi Arabia’s aid center giving helping hand to Yemen orphans

Saudi Arabia’s aid center giving helping hand to Yemen orphans

Saudi Arabia’s aid center giving helping hand to Yemen orphans
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ADEN: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has launched several recreational programs and activities as part of the “Empowering Orphans and Strengthening Their Resilience” program in Yemen.
The programs help orphans and their families in Aden, Marib and Mahra, and include activities such as field trips and gift-giving, with the aim of helping orphans integrate into society.
The program also aims to provide integrated care for orphans and their families, as well as help in economic recovery by providing healthcare and ensuring access to education.
KSrelief has also listed about 1,000 orphan children who will receive a free supply of clothes for a full year.

 

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