Our Leadership in Relief
Saudi Arabia takes the lead of the Arab and Islamic worlds. It has an important position in the global scene, reflected in its presence of the G20 Summit and the global energy market. Furthermore, it is at the forefront of support and assistance provided to needy nations, including funds, food, clothing and decent life for hundreds of thousands of families and children and even education.
King Salman Humanitarian Aid & Relief Centre (KSRelief) is today a milestone in the history of humanitarian support, not differentiating between a nation and another, but adopting support and help approaches according to need, irrespective of religion, color or race.
Recently, the KSRelief announced Ramadan and Eid el-Fitr relief to Yemen, Jordan, Palestine, Lebanon, Albania, Pakistan and Indonesia.
Undoubtedly, the KSRelief's premises translate the directives of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman Bin Abdulaziz, may Allah support him, who said during the announcement of the establishment of the KSRelief: "Based on the teachings of Islam, which require relief and assistance to the needy and the preservation of human life, dignity and health, and in an extension of the humanitarian role played by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and its global mission in this sphere, we announce the establishment and laying of the foundation stone of this center which will be dedicated to relief and humanitarian work, and will be a leading international center for relieving communities suffering from catastrophes to end their suffering and help them live a decent life."
In a very short time, the KSRelief has achieved remarkable successes summarized by the figures, through projects amounting to more than a thousand relief, educational, service and health projects in addition to thirteen areas that bring a decent life for poor and needy nations at the cost of USD 3,281,146,431 in forty-four countries in partnership with 141 Saudi, regional and international bodies, until the end of last April.
Finally, the Saudi youth, who are in charge of the KSRelief, which occupies an important position on the global relief map, also reflect a matchless model in supporting nations, through eleven programs in the fields of medicine and nutritional support, by nearly 4.000 young people.