Somalilandsun: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) concluded here Monday its project to distribute 100 tons of dates to needy, benefiting 100,000 people, in cooperation with the National Authority for Drought Control and Food Security in Somaliland.
President of the National Authority for Combating Drought and Food Security in Somaliland Faisal Sheikh thanked the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s government, represented by the KSrelief, for the permanent support and follow-up of the humanitarian situation there, and providing urgent relief to the needy.
The KSrelief on Sunday had launched here a project to distribute 4,696 food baskets weighing 492 tons to the affected displaced people in Somaliland, benefiting 28,176 individuals.
Head of the National Displacement and Refugee Agency in Somaliland Abdulkarim Mohammed expressed his thanks to the government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for its constant support for the people of Somaliland.
He expressed his appreciation of the KSrelief ‘s efforts in Africa and its initiatives to provide urgent relief to the displaced and affected people. This aid comes as part of the KSrelief ‘s humanitarian projects for the people of Somaliland.