KSrelief, UNHCR sign $6m funding deal for displaced people in Sudan, South Sudan, Chad

RIYADH: The Saudi aid agency KSrelief has signed a $6 million cooperative agreement with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) to provide shelter and non-food support for displaced people and returnees in Sudan, South Sudan and Chad through 2024.

The document was signed by Ahmed Ali Al-Baiz, KSrelief’s assistant supervisor general of operations and programs, and Khaled Khalifa, senior adviser to the UN refugee agency and its representative to the member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council.

 

 

 

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