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KSRelief signs two projects with UNESCO and launches Ramadan Iftar project in Sudan

KSRelief signs two projects with UNESCO and launches Ramadan Iftar project in Sudan

KSRelief signs two projects with UNESCO
King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) signed yesterday in Paris two executive projects with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) for supporting basic education being provided for Syrian refugees in Lebanon, and establishing strategic cooperation and mutual partnership between the Center and the Organization.
The two projects were co-signed by Advisor- Royal Court and Supervisor General of KSRelief Dr. Abdullah Al Rabeeah, and Director General of UNESCO Audrey Azoulay.
This cooperation comes within the framework of humanitarian and aid projects being signed by the Center with international humanitarian organizations and institutes to improve its performance, diversify services provided to beneficiaries, and enhance its performance.

KSrelief launches Ramadan Iftar project in Sudan
King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) launched yesterday a Ramadan Iftar (breaking-fast) Project in Sudan, in cooperation with a civil society organization in the presence of the Second Vice President of Sudan, Hasbo Mohammad Abdulrahman, and Saudi Ambassador to Sudan Ali Hassan Ja'afar.
During the inauguration ceremony, which was attended by a number of ministers, senior officials and leaders of the Sudanese parliament, the Sudanese Second Vice President affirmed the strength of Sudanese-Saudi relations, describing them as well deeply-rooted, praising the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's humanitarian and relief efforts in the world.
The project aims to distribute 9500 food baskets and 40,000 breaking-fast meals for needy families, benefiting more than 90,000 people in the States of South and North Darfur, South Kordofan and outskirts of Khartoum State.


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