Saudia Arabia, IOM sign $1.68 million for a nutrition project in Somalia
Somalia is set to benefit from a $1.68 million for a nutrition project. Saudi aid center KSRelief and UN migration body sign The King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Affairs (KSRelief) and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) have signed a joint agreement for a nutrition project in Somalia, the Saudi Press Agency reported. The joint agreement, covering Gedo and Lower Juba, costs $1.68 million and benefits 234,310 people. KSRelief tweeted that the agreement’s objectives include improving the ability to determine families’ living conditions, referring malnourished children to outpatient clinics, purchasing and supplying nutrition materials to treatment centers, and providing training and counseling to 100 health and nutrition staff. Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, adviser at the Royal Court and supervisor general of KSRelief, signed the agreement in Riyadh.