Saudi Arabia’s Aid Agency Takes Initiative to Boost Rehab Projects
On Wednesday, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) coordinated the first “Developing the rehabilitation project of recruited and war-affected children in Yemen” workshop at King Saud University in Riyadh.
Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, supervisor general of KSRelief, stated that the center has assured to arrange a string of workshops directed at enhancing the quality of relief projects and programs conforming to the best practices and underscoring the crucial role of the Kingdom in the international humanitarian work.
He stated that the dream of KSRelief solicits to make the center an international pioneering center to spread these values all over the world, where the Kingdom plays a guiding role in reducing the suffering of all people around the globe so that they get a chance to lead a decent life, based on the principles of forbearance, love and peace.
The center was chosen by the UN as a member to form an international team to collaborate in restoring children. The team comprises of 16 specialists who have enough experience to tackcle the matter of recruited children.
Al-Rabeeah stated that the significance of this project at the international humanitarian level has led us to commune with specialists, consultants and pertinent people in Saudi Arabia and Yemen. He stated that he strongly thinks that their outlook would evolve and improve the project with a sustainable scientific approach, based on structuring and emancipating scope in Yemen to become an international humanitarian role model.
There is no check to the Saudi capabilities, where they come from the Kingdom’s moral dedication to back humans and societies going through crisis situations and give them a decent life, especially to women and children who are considered among the most severely affected groups by disasters and conflicts.
The launch of the workshop was attended by Yemen’s Minister of Human Rights Mohammed Askar, officials from the King Saud University, and academic experts and specialists in the humanitarian field.