Riyadh - SPA
U.S. Senate official visits KSrelief
Ark Triger, the senior staff Republican officer in charge of Middle East
affairs at the foreign relations committee of the U.S. Senate, made a
get acquainted visit to Riyadh-based King Salman Humanitarian Aid and
Relief Center (KSrelief) during which he met with Eng. Ahmed bin Ali
Al-Baiz, Assistant Supervisor General for Operations and Programs, and
other senior officials.
During the tour, the guest was briefed on the activities of the
center, including the relief and humanitarian acts for the inflicted in
42 countries without exception, citing that the projects have so far
amounted to 450 different projects, out of them 274 enjoyed by Yemen
ranging in the food security, health, early treatment, water,
environmental treatment, relief, non-relief materials, support and
coordination of humanitarian operation, protection, logistic services,
education, nutrition, communication in cases of emergency in addition to
qualitative projects including children rehabilitation who were once
enlisted by the Houthi militias and artificial limbs center as well as
Masam program for demining.
A number of issues regarding relief and humanitarian affairs were also discussed.