Top WHO official lauds Saudi Arabia’s humanitarian efforts in meeting with KSrelief chief

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Supervisor General of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, who is also an adviser at the Royal Court, met here on Thursday with Assistant Director-General for Emergencies Response at the World Health Organization (WHO) Dr. Ibrahima Socé Fall on the sidelines of the ministerial meeting of the G20.

During the meeting, they reviewed the strategic partnership between the two organizations as well as the great role being played by Saudi Arabia, represented by KSrelief, in providing various health services to countries in need.

WHO’s top official praised Saudi Arabia’s humanitarian efforts and the important role it plays in partnership with international organizations, especially WHO. He also stressed that this partnership has contributed to alleviating the suffering of many peoples around the world.

KSrelief has implemented 21 projects in many countries, in partnership with the WHO. The projects include providing assistance in confronting the COVID-19 pandemic, combating epidemics, providing basic nutrition services for children and improving access to water service, at a total cost of more than $141 million.