RIYADH, Saudi Arabia- King Salman Humanitarian aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief) signed for six projects, worth US$2.9 million, with a number of private hospitals based in Yemen and Saudi Arabia, to provide treatment inside and outside the country, for the Yemeni injured and wounded.

According to the Saudi Press Agency, KSrelief also signed a contract with Withagh Corporation for Civil Guidance, to implement the third and fourth phases of the rehabilitation of children, once recruited as conscripts with the Houthi militias, sent into battle fields, before liberated by the Yemeni armed forces.

Dr. Abdullah Al Rabeeah, Supervisor General of KSrelief, signed the projects, in the attendance of the Saudi ambassador to Yemen, Mohammed bin Saeed Al Jaber.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

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