Saudi Campaign to set up health centers for Syrian refugees in Jordan
August 12, 2012
Cash donations to the Saudi National Campaign in Support of the Brothers in Syria have now reached a total of SR 532.861 million [$142.08 million]. Contributions continue to be collected from inside and outside the Kingdom by the National Commercial Bank (NCB).
Meanwhile, following the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz, Interior Minister Prince Ahmad bin Abdulaziz, who serves as General Supervisor of the Campaign, has ordered the adoption of a comprehensive health care program for Syrian refugees in Jordan. The effort will include the establishment of health centers, mobile medical clinics and other medical camps at a total cost of more than SR 20.96 million [$5.59 million].