JEDDAH: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) sent 12 more truckloads of relief goods to Yemen.
The 12 trucks carrying 184 tons of food items and other essential commodities reportedly crossed the border point of Al-Wadia late on Saturday.
The aid is aimed for the needy people in Yemen’s Hodeidah governorate. The trucks are expected to reach their destination in the next few days.
Since the foundation of Saudi Arabia, its wealth has not been limited to its citizens but has been spread throughout most of the world.
It has provided humanitarian aid, charitable grants and soft loans to countries regardless of color or race. The Kingdom has always been one of the world’s top providers of aid.
The Kingdom’s humanitarian tenders in accordance with the official Saudi Aid Platform in its current phase (2007-2017) has reached a total of $32.83 billion.
The top five recipient countries of aid from Saudi Arabia are: Yemen, with a total of $14 billion for 290 projects, followed by Syria with a total of $3 billion/153 projects, Egypt was ranked third with a total of $2 billion/20 projects, while Niger was ranked fourth with a total of $1.230 billion/7 projects and Mauritania was ranked fifth with 14 projects and a total of $1.219 million.
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