Yemen’s health minister, UNICEF discuss joint work and challenges

Publish August 25, 2022

DUBAI: The Yemeni health minister discussed with the UNICEF representative in Yemen the challenges facing the organization’s work in the country and ways to overcome them, state news agency SABA reported.

Minister Qasem Buhaibeh stressed on the deep-rooted partnership with UNICEF, describing it as one of the prime supporters to the health sector in war-torn Yemen.

He noted the importance of providing initial healthcare services freely, especially in remote and rural areas.
Buhaibeh also pointed out to significance of joint work between the two parties to find solutions to different health issues, including medical supply and problems of delaying it.


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