KSrelief sets up 8 clinics in Aden's schools

Publish January 7, 2021

Saudi Arabia's King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), the charity arm of Saudi Arabia, has set up 8 medical clinics in the schools of Yemen's Aden governorate during the first semester of the current academic year.

The clinics are operated by specialized health and technical cadres. Each clinic is manned by a doctor, a nurse, a psychologist, and a social worker, providing free medicines and awareness to male and female students.

The project seeks to strengthen school health services and manage malnutrition cases for students and the educational staff in the directorates of Aden governorate.

This comes as part of humanitarian and relief projects being provided by Saudi Arabia through KSrelief for the Yemeni people to improve their living conditions during the current humanitarian crisis.


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