Riyadh, January 25, 2024, In a significant humanitarian initiative, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) executed an executive program through videoconference today. The program, signed with the Ghiras Al Kheer Humanitarian Organization, aims to provide 500 temporary housing units for those affected by the earthquake in the city of Aleppo's Mari, Syria.
Eng. Ahmed bin Ali Al-Baiz, the Assistant Supervisor General for Operations and Programs at KSrelief, and Al Kheer Chairman Amjad Arsalan signed the agreement during the virtual ceremony.
This collaborative effort is a crucial component of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's ongoing humanitarian and relief projects, facilitated by KSrelief, to assist individuals impacted by the earthquake in Syria. The commitment to providing temporary housing units underscores the Kingdom's dedication to alleviating the suffering of those affected and contributing to the recovery efforts in the aftermath of the earthquake.