KSrelief distributes food baskets in Hadramout, Sudan & Pakistan


MUKALLA/ KHARTOUM/ LAHORE — The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) continued its ongoing operation of distributing Ramadan food baskets in Hadramout, Sudan and Pakistan on Friday.

The relief organization distributed 1,200 Ramadan food baskets, weighing 88 tons and 880 kg, to the needy and poorest families in a number of directorates of Hadramout governorate of Yemen in cooperation with the Charity Coalition for Humanitarian Relief.

This effort comes within the framework of the plan of distributing food baskets to the affected families due to the precautionary measures restricting movement and halting activities of some sectors so as to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

In Khartoum, KSrelief continued the distribution of Ramadan food baskets in Sudan in cooperation with Alegtinam Human Development Organization, where 600 food baskets were distributed in the municipality of Sana and mountain of Moya in Sennar state, benefiting 3,600 people.

This effort is part of a project to distribute 38,211 food baskets during the blessed month of Ramadan in the Republic of Sudan

In Lahore, the aid agency continued for the 15th day in a row, the distribution of Ramadan food baskets in Punjab province in cooperation with the concerned authorities in the Pakistani government.

The group is continuing to deliver aid to their beneficiaries while adhering to all precautionary measures being taken by the government to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

About 1,263 food baskets were distributed to the needy and poorest families, benefiting 7,578 people in Punjab province, including 624 food baskets weighing 21 tons in Lahore area benefiting 3,744 people.

In addition the agency gave 300 food baskets weighing 10 tons in Bahawel Najr benefiting 1,800 people and 339 food baskets weighing 11 tons in Raheem Yar Khan area benefiting 2,034 people, taking the total number of the distributed food baskets since the first day to 18,854 baskets.

This effort comes as part of the project of the humanitarian and relief aid being provided by Saudi Arabia, represented by KSrelief, to Pakistan during the blessed month of Ramadan.

KSrelief donates 55 tons

dates to Mauritius

The KSrelief has also delivered 55 tons of dates to the Republic of Mauritius as a gift from Saudi Arabia.

Mauritius' Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth has extended thanks and appreciation to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman and Crown Prince Muhammad Bin Salman for the gift that benefits 219,000 individuals.

The premier noted that despite the circumstances and the suspension of flights due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, Saudi Arabia has delivered the dates to beneficiaries.

This gift comes within humanitarian and relief programs that Saudi Arabia provides to all countries to help needy families around the world. — SPA