Riyadh: The King Salman Relief Center has signed a memorandum of 9.16 million relief fund for Muslim children and women worldwide.
According to a report by a foreign news agency, steps will be taken to provide relief to children. And women around the world, including Rohingya Muslims. King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center signed a 9.16 million grant agreement with the Islamic Development Bank.
The fundraising program was launched in 2019 and a new 9.61 million fund memorandum has now been signed. Under this mission, efforts will be made to develop millions of children and meet their development goals.
The first phase of the project, in partnership with UNICEF, will provide health and nutrition services to Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh through basic health care.
The fund will provide health services to 10,000 children, 20,000 pregnant women, and 150 mothers. The project will also train nurses and doctors to care for affected children and mothers.
In the second phase of the project, children in Pakistan will receive health services.