Saudi Arabia’s Project Masam celebrates International Women’s Day in Riyadh

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Sun, 2024-03-10 18:55

RIYADH: In honor of International Women’s Day, Project Masam, a Saudi initiative aimed at clearing landmines in Yemen, hosted a dinner banquet last Friday, March 8, to commemorate the occasion in the capital city of Riyadh.

A group of ladies attended the event, including Princess Haifa Al-Faisal, founder of the Zahra Breast Cancer Association; Ghadha Al-Fahad, a journalist at Al Arabiya; and Zafran Zaid, a consultant at the Yemeni Ministry of Human Rights.

Princess Haifa Al-Faisal, founder of the Zahra Breast Cancer Association, attended the event. (Supplied)
Since 2018, Project Masam has cleared more than 55 million square meters of Yemeni land, including populated areas. (Supplied)
Since 2018, Project Masam has cleared more than 55 million square meters of Yemeni land, including populated areas. (Supplied)
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