Saudi Arabia to construct 3,000 temporary buildings for earthquake survivors in Turkey and Syria
Abdullah Al Rabeah, who is the Supervisor-General of KSRelief gave details about the plan.
To help earthquake survivors, Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSRelief) will construct 3,000 temporary buildings in Syria and Turkey.
Abdullah Al Rabeah, who is the Supervisor-General of KSRelief gave details about the plan. He said that 3000 temporary buildings would be constructed that would be equipped with basic utilities.
He further stated that multiple people are in dire need of a shelter. Assistance needs to be provided to the earthquake victims for weeks if not months. Saudi relief supplies had also reached Turkey and nothern Syria.
After the US lifted sanctions against Syria for a period of 6 months, aid was sent in two planes that landed in Aleppo after 12 years.
The disastrous earthquakes recently have killed thousands of people causing massive devastation. To aid the earthquake victims, Saudi King Salman bin Abdul Aziz and Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman have initiated fundraising campaigns.
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