KSRelief signs joint cooperation agreement with IOM

KSRelief signs joint cooperation agreement with IOM

Riyadh (UNA-OIC) – The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSRelief) signed on Monday a US$15 million joint cooperation agreement with the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) to implement a number of projects in Yemen.

The projects, which will include the shelter, education and camp coordination sectors, will be implemented in the governorates of Ma’rib, Aden, Lahij and Hadramawt, and will assist 224,918 beneficiaries.

The agreement, signed virtually by KSRelief Supervisor General Dr. Abdullah Al Rabeeah and IOM Director-General António Vitorino, is being funded as part of Saudi Arabia’s contribution to the UN Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan 2020.

The agreement aims to provide emergency assistance and response to internally displaced persons (IDPs), improve their access to educational services, support the continuity of these services, and help Yemen’s education sector to meet the needs of IDPs suffering from the effects of their displacement.

This agreement is just one way of several vital aid projects being carried out by KSRelief in many countries, including Yemen, in partnership with the IOM. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by KSrelief, provides comprehensive, impartial assistance throughout Yemen and around the world, serving all in need through a wide range of humanitarian and relief projects.

This agreement is just one way through which KSRelief is implementing vital aid projects in many countries, including Yemen, in partnership with the IOM.

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by KSRelief, provides comprehensive, impartial assistance throughout Yemen and around the world, serving all in need through a wide range of humanitarian and relief projects.

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