Saudi aid agency KSrelief establishes eight medical clinics in Yemeni schools

Saudi aid agency KSrelief establishes eight medical clinics in Yemeni schools
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KSRelief center continues to implement the "My Skill Bedi-2" project to improve livelihoods for orphans in Marib, Yemen. (SPA)
Saudi aid agency KSrelief establishes eight medical clinics in Yemeni schools
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KSRelief center continues to implement the "My Skill Bedi-2" project to improve livelihoods for orphans in Marib, Yemen. (SPA)
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KSRelief Center distributes dates for people displaced by war in Al-Tuhayat District, Hodeidah governorate. (SPA)
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Updated 07 January 2021

Saudi aid agency KSrelief establishes eight medical clinics in Yemeni schools

Saudi aid agency KSrelief establishes eight medical clinics in Yemeni schools
  • Each school clinic will include a doctor, nurse, psychologist, and social worker, in addition to dispensing free medicines and providing awareness to male and female students

ADEN, Yemen: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has established eight medical clinics in Yemen schools, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

The clinics, set up in Aden governorate for the first semester of the current academic year, will be run by specialized health and technical cadres.

Each school clinic will include a doctor, nurse, psychologist, and social worker, in addition to dispensing free medicines and providing awareness to male and female students.

The project is part of efforts to strengthen school health services and manage cases of malnutrition among students and education staff in the directorates of Aden governorate.

It comes within the framework of humanitarian and relief projects being provided by the Kingdom, represented by the KSrelief, for the Yemeni people to improve their living conditions.

Meanwhile, KSrelief has concluded a project to distribute winter bags in Pakistan. The center handed out 22,550 items of winter clothing and 45,100 quilts to help support 135,000 needy people in different parts of Pakistan.

Since its inception in May 2015, the center has implemented 1,426 projects, worth more than $4.8 billion, in 55 countries.