Head of Saudi Charity Organization KSrelief Visits Earthquake Victims in Turkey

Head of Saudi Charity Organization KSrelief Visits Earthquake Victims in Turkey

On Tuesday, Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, the supervisor general of the Saudi relief organization KSrelief, traveled to the Turkiye province’s cities of Reyhanli and Kirikhan to examine the volunteer work being done as part of the organization’s efforts to assist those impacted by the earthquakes that struck parts of Turkiye and Syria in February of last year.

The Saudi Press Agency said on Wednesday that Al-Rabeeah and his delegation visited the MMT American Hospital in Reyhanli to assess the progress of the voluntary Samaa Program for Auditory Rehabilitation and Cochlear Implants in Saudi Arabia. He discovered how the initiative is assisting in easing suffering by speaking with volunteers.

In executing different volunteer programs to assist those impacted by the earthquakes, the head of the relief agency commended “the distinguished performance of the Saudi crew” and stated that their “efforts came under the generous patronage and continuous support” of King Salman and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. He continued, saying that the Kingdom will keep carrying out charitable initiatives that help those in need all throughout the world.

Al-Rabeeah also paid a visit to a vocational training center to observe the help and support it offers to earthquake victims by enhancing their knowledge and abilities via classes in a range of fields, such as graphic design, mobile phone and tablet maintenance, and sewing and embroidery.

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