Saudi Arabia continues to expand and reinforce its partnership with UNHCR, with their contributions enabling UNHCR to protect, assist, and seek solutions for refugees and displaced people.
Saudi Arabia, including the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSRelief), the Saudi Fund for Development (SFD), and Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA), is among the top 15 donors to UNHCR globally. Saudi contributions have enabled a continued humanitarian response in the Middle East and other regions, particularly to those affected by the Yemen, Syria, Afghanistan, and Rohingya crises. As a supporter of UNHCR, Saudi Arabia also encourages a focus on strengthening partnerships, particularly public-private collaboration, that will benefit refugees and other people of concern. UNHCR has had a presence in Saudi Arabia since 1987.