Visitor spending in Saudi Arabia exceeds SR45 bn

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Jeddah - Yasmine El Tohamy - RIYADH: In a move to aid earthquake victims in Syria and Turkey, Saudi Arabia has launched a comprehensive humanitarian program, spearheaded by Saudi aid agency KSrelief.

Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabeeah, adviser at the Royal Court and supervisor-general of KSrelief, inaugurated the initiatives in Gaziantep, Turkey on Tuesday.

“These programs reflect the directives of King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed to support those impacted by the devastating earthquake,” Al-Rabeeah stated at the launch event, attended by Gaziantep Governor Kemal Ceber.

KSrelief volunteers and officials pose for a group photo with Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabeeah. (SPA)

Several volunteer programs will address various needs, including prosthetics and physical therapy, psychological support, economic empowerment, and the distribution of food baskets and health kits, benefiting over 5,000 individuals to people of both nations.

The initiative also includes constructing 1,000 temporary housing units in three areas in Hatay Province, expected to benefit 5,000 people, in addition to 3,000 units previously built for earthquake victims in Syria and Turkey, aiding 12,000 individuals.

The program’s first three phases include 120 cochlear implant surgeries and the distribution of 375 hearing aids to Syrian and Turkish children affected by the earthquake in the province, benefiting 495 individuals.

The entire program will see 24 volunteer cochlear implant programs benefiting 940 individuals, alongside intensive rehabilitation programs for those with hearing impairments post-surgery.

The medical program for prosthetics and physical therapy, providing essential health services, including the fitting of prosthetic and cosmetic limbs, will directly benefit 169 individuals and indirectly benefit 69 others.

The psychological support volunteer program will offer specialized courses for 50 low-income individuals and economic empowerment training volunteer program in Reyhanli, Hatay.

Al-Rabeeah affirmed Saudi Arabia’s unwavering commitment to its noble humanitarian mission for its brothers, friends, and needy communities worldwide.

 

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