KSrelief Collects USD 131 Million in Aid for Gaza
The initiative has seen over 767,000 individuals access Sahem’s online platform to donate.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's nationwide fundraising push to assist besieged Gazans, launched by Saudi aid agency KSrelief under directives from King Salman and Crown Prince Mohamed Bin Salman, has so far amassed over USD 131 million, as contributions continue pouring in from citizens across the country.
The initiative has seen over 767,000 individuals access Sahem’s online platform to donate. Funds are also accepted via direct bank transfer and app download.
In the last week, five planes each loaded with 35 tonnes of essential aid supplies from the relief campaign have touched down at Egypt’s Al Arish Airport. A sixth aircraft arrived on Tuesday, November 14th, to add to the cargo of food, medical and shelter destined for Gaza.
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