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King Salman Center for Relief Provides Yemeni Governorate with 12 Tons of Medical Aid | ASHARQ AL-AWSAT English Archive
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Taiz, Shabwa – King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Works provided Shabwa and Hadramout Valley, in Yemen, with 12 tons of medical aid to combat Dengue Fever, in the framework of Dengue fever combat project, funded by the center.

The shipment consisted of as many as 1328 cans of medicines, including vein solvents, pharmaceutics and medical appliances to be delivered to hospitals and other medical units, in the two mentioned governorates.

Salem Al-Ahmadi, assistant Undersecretary of Shabwa Governorate, and Dr. Hani Al-Amoudi expressed their thanks to the King Salman Relief Center for this donation, pointing out that the shipment of medicines will contribute to improving the efficiency of hospitals and health facilities in the mentioned districts to combat dengue fever.

They also stressed the impact which the project’s programs have had on improving the health situation in the targeted districts.

King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Works continued to deliver extra meals for displaced Yemeni students, in the Directorate of Al-Qahirah, in the Governorate of Taiz, to mitigate the suffering of them as well as their families.

For their part, the directors of these schools hailed the center role in alleviating the plight of students, in the governorate.

The project falls within an integrated world provided by the center to brethren Yemenis, to lessen their daily suffering, due to the ongoing crisis.