Saudi nutrition clinics treat 8,426 patients in Yemen-

Publish July 5, 2022

KSrelief was established in 2015, and it helps people and communities in 84 countries

RIYADH: Mobile nutrition clinics from the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center in Yemen’s Hodeidah treated 8,426 people within a week.

The clinics received patients with various health conditions, and staff provided 3,194 people with medication and the necessary medical care.

KSrelief also provided medical services in the northwestern city of Hajjah, with 780 people treated in clinics and 390 given medication.

The work is part of Saudi Arabia’s efforts toward providing necessities for the disadvantaged. It distributed 3,000 boxes of dates earlier this week to 21,000 residents in Abyan.

KSrelief was established in 2015, and it helps people and communities in 84 countries.

Its actions are based upon humanitarian principles. Medical aid is transported through trusted UN agencies and non-profit organizations.

Humanitarian and relief sectors include shelter, protection, education, sanitation, health, telecommunications, and water and nutrition.


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