Riyadh, King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSRelief) held here today a press conference, presenting a briefing on the center's programs and achievements.
The Center's spokesman Dr. Samer Al-Jatili said that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia tops Donor States to the Humanitarian work in Yemen as reported by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).
Dr. Al-Jatili said that the Kingdom's total funding to Yemen, since May 2015 up to date, is $ 11,15 billion, mentioning that the clusters to which donations were allocated are food security and agriculture, health, water, nutrition, shelter/NFIs/CCCM, refugees and migrants, protection, EECR, dducation, logistics, coordination and safety, ETC, multiple clusters and not yet specified clusters.
The Center works in coordination with United Nations organizations, international and regional organizations to ensure optimal humanitarian response according to the United Nations Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan (UNYHRP).
Source: Saudi Press Agency