KSrelief signs agreements to enhance school health care in Yemen

Publish October 12, 2021

RIYADH — King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) signed here Monday an agreement to enhance school health care services for male and female students and educational staff in four Yemeni governorates.

The project will be implemented in Aden, Hadhramout, Marib and Taiz governorates, benefiting 250,211 people.

The agreements were signed by KSrelief Assistant General Supervisor for Operations and Programs Eng. Ahmed bin Ali Al-Baiz.

Following the signing ceremony, KSrelief's Head of the Health and Environmental Aid Department Dr. Abdullah Al Moallem, said in a press statement that under the project, 40 mobile medical teams will make periodic visits to the elementary schools in the governorates of Aden, Hadhramaut, Marib and Taiz to provide necessary treatment services for school students and staff.


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