Kingdom provides Sudan with SR 70 million for developmental projects in Darfur
Published 22 Jul 2009
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E-Media: Khartoum - The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Sudan signed an agreement here today according to which Saudi Arabia supports developmental and humanitarian projects amounting to SR70 million in Darfur. Deputy President of the Saudi Red Crescent, Fayez Al-Ahmadi signed for his country while Hassabu Mohammed Abdulrahman, General Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid, signed for Sudan. In a press conference according to Saudi Press Agency, Al-Ahmadi said the money will be used to establish 21 water stations, 21 health units, and operate nine others in Darfur in addition to emergency food support.
Last Modified Date: 10/02/2013 - 4:35 PM Saudi Arabia Time
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