Arab News –  The Riyadh-based King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Works (KSCRHW) has provided 5,000 food baskets to needy Yemenis in the Taiz province.
“The aid provided by the KSCRHW was made possible under the directives of Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman,” said Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, KSCRHW general supervisor.
The aid was distributed in the city of Al-Turba through the Islamic Relief Coalition in Taiz and other partnering organizations.
Al-Rabeeah, who is also a consultant at the Royal Court, said that the aid was part of the total 130,000 food baskets allotted to be given out in Taiz province.
“The 5,000 food baskets come in addition to the overall food security program implemented by the KSCRHW to assist all needy people across all parts of Yemen,”Al-Rabeeah said.
Earlier, the KSCRHW also donated 100,000 food baskets through the cooperation of various agencies that included the Muslim World League, Food and Agricultural Organization and many civil society organizations. The food baskets went to the needy Yemenis in Hadhramaut for distribution to various war-torn governorates in the country.
Al-Rabeeah expressed his delight over the food baskets that would ease the suffering of the needy Yemenis, and praised the role and fruitful collaboration of the Joint Committee Commission in Hadhramaut.
He also praised Mohammed Al-Jabri, acting agent of the province on administrative directorates, for the role of civil society organizations in coordinating efforts for philanthropic and humanitarian development.
He called on the media to investigate the overall accuracy and credibility of activities and relief programs to avoid negative publicity which adversely affects the province.

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