Abdullah Al Hamoud, the chairman of the Society, said that the agreement included the provision of medical treatment services and medicine, noting that there is a significant number of families that have benefited from this project especially those who are suffering from Chronic or accidental diseases.
Al Hamoud added that Awasser Society is about to conclude new agreements with hospitals in countries where there are Saudi families who are cut off and deserve the services of the Society.
It should be noted that the Society aims to provide assistance to needy Saudi citizens abroad who are cut off and to secure housing for them and pay their children’s education fees up to the university stage, and ensure health care for them, in addition to monthly and semi-monthly cash assistance to fill their daily needs.
The Society also seeks to provide moral support for them by facilitating the obtaining of Saudi Nationality certificates for their sons and daughters, and to secure their return to the Kingdom, and provide them with adequate housing, pay them monthly allowances and secure appropriate jobs for them to ensure they depend upon themselves when they return home.
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