Riyadh - SPA
GS of KSRelief: Saudi Arabia is implementing humanitarian projects Worth $ 5 billion to support education in needy countries

The Advisor at the Royal Court, General Supervisor of the King Salman
Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSRelief) Dr. Abdullah bin
Abdulaziz Al-Rabee'ah has stressed that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia pays
special attention to the education sector as it plays a vital role in
the sustainable development and development of societies and their
living conditions.

This came in a press statement to the Saudi Press Agency (SPA). He said
that the Kingdom has supported the educational process, and implemented
the programs and projects in the affected countries, as the number of
the benefited male and female students is 2,393,097 from 32 countries,
with a total cost of 132 programs and humanitarian projects $
5,212,929,000.

Dr. Al-Rabiah said that KSRelief has been working with 27 partners,
including 4 UN partners: UNICEF, UNESCO, UN-Habitat, and UN-WFP.

He explained that the Republic of Yemen topped the benefited countries
from the educational and human programs and projects, followed by Syria,
Indonesia, Guinea, Egypt, China, Niger, Morocco, Cuba, Lebanon,
Mauritania, Tajikistan, Uzbekistan, Sri Lanka, Mozambique, Vietnam,
Uganda, Malawi, Tunisia, Chad, Côte d'Ivoire, Cape Verde, Benin,
Pakistan, Cameroon, Palestine, Jordan, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Iraq,
Zambia, and India.

Dr. Al-Rabee'ah said that these efforts come within the framework of
the humanitarian mission of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia represented by
KSRelief Center to spread education in countries and peoples in need,
according to with the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy
Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and HRH the Crown Prince in
support of friendly countries.

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