Riyadh-- The King Salman Humanitarian and Relief Center (KSRelief) today signed here today a cooperation agreement to implement a project to re-integrate children related to the armed conflict in Yemen (Kafak), where the agreement was signed by KSrelief Assistant Secretary General Eng. Ahmed Al-Baiz.
The projects aims at re-integrating children already related to the armed conflict in Yemen in several Yemeni governorates into the society and keenness to their return to schools, empower their families economically through vocational training, in addition to establishing and training community committees to spread the culture of children's right and protect these rights, where the project is expected to benefit 410 children and 20,021 beneficiaries indirectly.
The project is an extension of schemes implemented by the center to re-integrate these children, where 580 children and parents and 60 members of social committees, and 61,520 indirect beneficiaries benefited from the project so far.
Source: Saudi Press Agency