Saudi aid agency launches project to help Syrian orphans in Jordan

Saudi aid agency launches project to help Syrian orphans in Jordan

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AMMAN: Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, supervisor general of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center, on Saturday launched a project caring for Syrian orphans in Jordan.

Al-Rabeeah distributed school bags and gifts to orphaned students in Irbid province, as well as 22 electric chairs to Syrians with disabilities.

He expressed his happiness at launching the project in Jordan to improve people’s lives, providing them with psychological support and fostering social solidarity and economic security.

Al-Rabeeah said Saudi Arabia will spare no effort in helping the needy and victims of war, especially orphans, stressing the center’s keenness to provide integrated care to orphans by providing them with healthcare and ensuring their access to educational services and integration into society.

The project will benefit 191 orphans and widows of 56 families, including 40 Syrian families and 16 Jordanian families in Irbid province.

This project is part of many carried out through KSrelief to protect orphans, improve their living conditions and alleviate their suffering.

Meanwhile, Al-Rabeeah met with the director general and CEO of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation, Dr. Nisreen Qatamesh, and tackled topics of mutual interest related to humanitarian and relief affairs.

Both parties also discussed means of strengthening cooperation to provide treatment for cancer patients, which would contribute to saving lives and providing the best medical care.

Qatamesh expressed her sincere thanks and appreciation to Saudi Arabia for its generous financial support for the foundation.