KSrelief mobile medical clinics provide services in Hajjah Governorate

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FIle photo of Al-Jada Health Center, which continues providing medical services to beneficiaries in Hajjah governorate,
FIle photo of Al-Jada Health Center, which continues providing medical services to beneficiaries in Hajjah governorate,

HAJJAH, Yemen, — The mobile medical clinics of King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) in Hajjah governorate, Yemen, continued providing treatment services, in partnership with Taibah Foundation for Development.

From Sept. 3 – 9, 2020, the clinics received more than 646 beneficiaries, with various health conditions, providing them with the necessary health care.

The KSrelief, with cooperation with Taiba Foundation for Development, inaugurated here on Thursday two desalination plants, within the activities of the water supply and environmental sanitation project.

Governor of Hajjah, Maj. Gen. Abdul Karim Al-Senani, said this inauguration will alleviate the suffering of the beneficiaries and protect them from diseases and epidemics resulting from contaminated water, appreciating the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia efforts, represented by the KSrelief, in its support for the people of Yemen.

The Al-Jada Health Center continued providing medical services to beneficiaries in Hajjah governorate, Yemen, with the support of the KSrelief in partnership with the Taibah Development Foundation.

During the period from Sept. 3 to 9, the center received more than 4,500 beneficiaries, providing them with the necessary medical services.

The KSrelief also continued to implement water supply and environmental sanitation project in the Governorate of Hajjah, Yemen.

From Sept. 3 to 9, 304,800 liters of non-drinking water and 203,200 liters of drinking water were pumped into the tanks, benefiting more than 6,320 individuals.

In Hodeidah, the KS relief mobile medical clinics continued providing treatment services, during the past week, in partnership with Taibah Foundation for Development.

From Sept. 3 – 9, 2020, the clinics and departments received more than 11,301 beneficiaries, with various health conditions, providing them with the necessary health care. — SG


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