KSrelief inaugurates final stage of dialysis center at Beirut’s Al-Makassed Hospital


BEIRUT — King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) inaugurated here on Thursday the final stage of equipping dialysis center at Al-Makassed Hospital, in presence of Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon Walid Bin Abdullah Bukhari.

After that, the Executive Director of Al-Makassed Hospital Dr. Mohammad Badr received from the Director of KSrelief's Office in Lebanon, Fahad Al-Qannas, medical supplies, equipment and shelter materials.

President of the Al-Makassed Islamic Charitable Society Hospital in Beirut, Dr. Faisal Snoo, thanked the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s government and people for their constant support to Lebanon.

KSrelief also distributed 1,740 food baskets, weighing 128 tons and 760 kilograms to the Syrian and Palestinian refugees as well as the poorest Lebanese families, in a number of Lebanese cities, benefiting 8,700 individuals.

This aid comes with the aim of alleviating their sufferings, reflecting well-wishing efforts exerted by the Kingdom by providing the relief aid to the needy people around the world.


KSrelief mobile medical

clinic starts working in Hajjah

The mobile medical clinic of KSrelief in Hajjah governorate, Yemen, has started working on Thursday, in partnership with Taybah Foundation for Development.

This comes within the framework of the medical projects being provided by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the KSrelief, for the Yemeni people to alleviate their suffering, during the current humanitarian crisis. — SPA