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More than 2,400 Red Crescent volunteers on ground to serve pilgrims during hajj

More than 2,400 Red Crescent volunteers on ground to serve pilgrims during hajj

On the eve of hajj season 2016, the Saudi Red Crescent Authority is welcoming pilgrims arriving in Mecca with a comprehensive plan that aims at ensuring they have access to any service or support they might need, and have a safe and pleasant pilgrimage.

Red Crescent supports response to crane collapse at the Grand Mosque of Mecca

Red Crescent supports response to crane collapse at the Grand Mosque of Mecca

The Saudi Red Crescent Authority is once more providing emergency services on roads, ports and airports in support of the pilgrims making their way to Mecca and Medina.

Reinforcing cooperation, Saudi Red Crescent Authority and IFRC sign landmark MoU

Reinforcing cooperation, Saudi Red Crescent Authority and IFRC sign landmark MoU

Seeking reinforced cooperation and coordination, the Saudi Red Crescent Authority (SRCA) and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) signed on Wednesday, 1 October 2014, a landmark Memorandum of Understanding

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Contact details

Address:

Tareeq Al Malik Fahd, Sahafa District
11129 Riyadh

Contact Information:

Tel: +966 11 2805555
Fax: +966 11 2806666
Email: inr@srca.org.sa
Web: http://www.srca.org.sa

Language of correspondence: Arabic

People:

  • President of Saudi Red Crescent Authority: Dr Mohammed BIN ABDULLAH AL-QASEM
  • Director General of the Department of Media and Awareness: H.R.H Prince Fahad BIN MISHARY BIN ABDUL AZIZ
  • Director, International Affairs and Relief Department: H.H. Prince Abdulla BIN FAISAL AL SAUD

Saudi Arabia: donor information

Since 2003, the Saudi Arabia has donated over CHF 4.4 million in multilateral aid to the IFRC.* 

The Saudi Red Crescent Authority is the leading global supporter of the IFRC’s Digital Divide Initiative, which enables National Societies to use modern information and communications technology to meet humanitarian needs. Thanks to a US $1 million grant from SRCA in 2012 towards this program,coupled with support from the British government, the IFRC has supported National Societies from around the world to strengthen their ICT capacities. For more information on this partnership, please click here

*Last updated Dec 2014

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