King Salman issues an important order for all citizens, residents, expats, and the Saudi government


King Salman bin Abdulaziz, may God protect and preserve him, this morning issued an important order for all citizens, residents, expatriate workers, foreigners, and the Saudi government.

In a related context, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center revealed that it provided many relief and medical programs and services to citizens of three Arab countries, as part of the relief plans inside and outside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and these services included Mauritania, Sudan, and Yemen.

King Salman provides relief and medical services to Sudan, Yemen and Mauritania

In this regard, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center stated that it continues to implement the voluntary medical program to combat blindness in the city of Kaedi, in Mauritania, within the “Saudi Noor Voluntary Program,” through cooperation with the International Al-Basr Foundation.

And the report of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center showed that the volunteer medical team affiliated with the center since the start of the campaign examined 4,050 cases, and was able to perform 279 specialized surgeries, give 2,100 medicines, and distribute 1,000 medical glasses.

This campaign comes as an extension of all projects related to combating blindness that the Kingdom is implementing, represented by the Center for Low-Income Families in a number of brotherly and friendly countries.

In Khartoum, the King Salman Center distributed 1,170 food baskets in the Roseires neighborhood in the Blue Nile State in the Republic of Sudan, benefiting 5,872 people.

On the other hand, this comes within the framework of the emergency food aid provided by the Saudi government through the center to all those affected by the floods and the most needy families in the Republic of Sudan.

In Aden, inside the State of Yemen, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center organized a workshop for all media professionals on nutritional messages within the project to combat malnutrition, within the project to combat malnutrition in the Yemeni territories, in coordination with the Yemeni Ministry of Public Health and Population.

The aim of this workshop is to involve community leaders and media professionals in order to promote nutritional and health awareness in the community through the media and social media platforms.

On the other hand, the workshop program included – with the participation of sixty journalists – in order to make presentations on the nutritional situation in Yemen and the countries of the world, and the role of the awareness campaign in health and nutrition, as well as a presentation on infant and young child feeding.

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