Riyadh- Set by King Salman Center for Humanitarian Aid and Relief (KSRelief), camps accommodating Yemenis were given all kinds of care to provide fundamentals of ordinary life including medical treatment, housing and education.
The projects included educational services, two satellite channels broadcasting about 4,000 lectures to more than 1,000,000 students, in addition to therapeutic projects, construction of housing units and addressing the situation of refugees in Yemen.
The center has launched a comprehensive education program that includes an electronic portal to broadcast its content by Yemeni teachers. It also consists of a satellite channel and an interactive training portal to enhance the levels of teachers in Yemen.
During 2016, King Salman Center carried out five projects targeting 39,000 beneficiaries with a total cost of $57 million, including the transferring of more than 3,000 Ethiopian refugees from Yemen to Ethiopia, at a cost of $1.7 million, and transferring 1240 stranded Yemenis by field teams at the center in seven different countries at a cost of $14.1 million.