Saudi Arabia gives over 39 tonnes of food baskets to Lebanon


Riyadh – The Akkar governorate in Lebanon’s neediest households as well as Syrian and Palestinian refugees recently received 39 tonnes of food baskets from the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center. This distribution is a component of a bigger initiative to support Lebanon’s food security in 2023.

As part of Nigeria’s 2023 feeding basket project, the centre also provided 56 tonnes of food baskets to 5,736 recipients in Borno.
In the meantime, the centre’s initiative to establish mobile nutrition clinics in Yemen has continued to provide medical care in the Al-Khawkhah district.

4,217 people with a range of medical issues were seen by the clinics in late March, and they received the appropriate medical care. The clinics also gave 3,266 people prescription drugs.

In the directorates of Midi, Hiran, Haradh, and Abs, as well as Al-Azhur camp in the directorate of Razih, the centre proceeded to carry out the water supply and environmental sanitation project.

Along with 52 waste collection operations in the camps, roughly 8,104,000 litres of usable water and 666,000 litres of potable water were pumped in Hajjah.

Thirty thousand one hundred persons in Yemen’s Saada governorate will benefit from the pumping of 70,000 litres of potable water and 70,000 litres of useful water.

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