The Adviser at the Royal Court and General Supervisor of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center, Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabiah, greeted and thanked the Jordanian twins, Amjad and Muhammad, who received them and their parents at the headquarters of the Saudi embassy in Jordan, during his visit to Jordan against the background of raising the impact of the Saudi humanitarian work provided to Syrian and Palestinian refugees and needy families In Jordan, Dr. Al-Rabiah had performed a successful surgery for Siamese twins in 2010 to separate adhesions in the intestines and urinary and reproductive tracts, saying: Amjad and Muhammad are my children in Jordan and the Jordanian people are my big family in this brotherly country.
Embracing Syrian refugees
Al-Rabiah stressed during a press conference held at the headquarters of the Saudi Embassy in Jordan yesterday, in the presence of Ambassador Nayef Al-Sudairy, that his visit to Jordan comes under the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz and HRH Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, and Saudi Arabia’s leadership and people believe in the importance of the noble role that Jordan is embracing Syrian refugees, who constitute an economic burden on Jordan, so the Saudi government was keen to share with Jordan to ease this burden and participate in this noble humanitarian work.
During the reception of the Siamese twins by Al-Rabiah
He added: “There is nothing in humanity better than humanitarian work, and the best thing that is offered to man with my experience as a doctor is to alleviate his suffering, especially when he is far from his country. Jordan was the caring hand of these refugees and their reception, and we share the reward with you in this good and pure work.”
Al-Rabiah said: He also came to Jordan by virtue of his specialization as a volunteer doctor in the programs of the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Action, as the center offers many voluntary programs with the participation of a number of doctors from Saudi Arabia, health practitioners and others, which included providing 11 workshops and 5 training programs, as well as executive medical programs Volunteer in the Zaatari camp, which is the first joint humanitarian work between the two countries.
Al-Rabiah embraces Siamese twins
Empowering Programs for Refugees
Al-Rabiah stressed that the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Action will work hard in cooperation with very important partners in strengthening and enabling programs provided to refugees and needy families in Jordan, as two agreements were signed with institutions and associations that have very great capabilities in promoting humanitarian work on the ground.
Al-Rabiah thanked the government and people of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan for their great efforts to embrace the Syrian refugees and to overcome the difficulties they face, stressing that represented by the King Salman Relief Center is keen to alleviate the suffering of the Syrian refugees in Jordan and alleviate their suffering, stating that the center always works to highlight the bright civilized image of the Kingdom. Saudi Arabia and its relentless efforts to help the needy all over the world, including refugees in their various places of residence.
Prior to the conference, a cooperation agreement was signed between the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Action and the National Alliance to Combat Hunger and Malnutrition – Najma in Al-Aden – for the food security project for needy families in Jordan. .
A cooperation agreement was also signed between the Center and the Jordanian Charitable Organization, to support the housing support project for Syrian families in Jordan. It was signed by Dr. Abdullah Al-Rabiah, the General Supervisor of the Center, and by its Secretary-General, Dr. Hussein Al-Shibli.