KSrelief mobile medical clinics provide services in Hajjah

December 05, 2020

HAJJAH — The Mobile Medical Clinics of King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) continued providing treatment services in Hajjah Governorate, Yemen.

During the period of Nov. 12 to 18, 2020, the clinics received 377 patients, with various health conditions, provided them with the necessary health services.

The mobile clinics continued to provide treatment services for displaced people in the governorate.

During the period of 12 to 18 November 2020, the clinics received 128 patients, with various medical conditions, and provided them with the necessary health care. These clinics have provided 128 individuals with medications.

In addition, the Al-Jaada Health Center in Hajjah Governorate, Yemen, continued providing treatment services to beneficiaries, backed by KSrelief.

During the period of Nov. 12 to 18, 2020, the Center received 530 beneficiaries with various medical conditions and provided them with the necessary medical services.

In Hodeidah, KSrelief distributed on Friday 2,700 cartons of dates to the neediest and displaced families, benefiting 2,700 families.

The KSrelief continued to implement the water and environmental sanitation project to preserve the lives of people in this governorate.

During the period from Nov. 12 to 18 November 2020, 363,000 liters of drinking water and 413,000 liters of non-drinking water were pumped to the tanks.

The KSrelief also transferred waste and wastewater from the camps to their disposal sites, conducted maintenance of tanks and bathrooms, and implemented spray campaigns to combat disease vectors.

This comes within the framework of humanitarian and relief projects, presented by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the KSrelief, for the Yemeni people to improve their living conditions during the current humanitarian crisis. — SPA

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