Djibouti, December 15, 2023, In a significant humanitarian effort, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has completed the Noor Saudi Volunteer Project aimed at combating blindness and related diseases in Djibouti. Executed in collaboration with the Al Basar International Foundation, the project unfolded from December 8 to 13, leaving a lasting impact on the local community.
As part of the Noor Saudi Volunteer Project, the dedicated volunteer medical team affiliated with KSrelief conducted thorough examinations for 3,500 individuals. In addition, the team distributed 400 pairs of spectacles to those in need and successfully performed 300 cataract surgeries, contributing to improved eyesight and overall well-being.
This initiative is part of the broader spectrum of volunteer medical projects implemented by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia through its humanitarian arm, KSrelief. With a primary focus on combating blindness and associated diseases, these projects aim to provide crucial assistance to individuals grappling with eye-related problems in countries and populations facing significant healthcare challenges worldwide.
The success of the Noor Saudi Volunteer Project in Djibouti not only underscores the commitment of the Kingdom to global humanitarian causes but also exemplifies the tangible impact of collaborative efforts in addressing healthcare needs and enhancing the quality of life for those in underserved communities.