RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has directed SR3.74 million ($997,080) to be distributed as marriage grants to 200 young men and women across the Kingdom.
The money comes out of his “keenness to support orphans with special circumstances and people with disabilities, as they are among the priority groups of the ‘SNAD Mohammed bin Salman’ program,” Saudi Press Agency reported.
In 2019, the crown prince provided SR520 million to more than 26,000 people across the Kingdom under the same scheme. They also received a training course in financial awareness.
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