RIYADH: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has recently inked an agreement with a civil society organization in Yemen to carry out the operation of mobile medical clinics across various part of Yemen’s Hajjah governorate, Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Tuesday.
The significant agreement was signed at the KSrelief headquarters in Riyadh, with Eng. Ahmed bin Ali Al-Baiz, the Assistant General Supervisor for Operations and Programs, signing on behalf of KSrelief.
Dr. Abdullah bin Saleh Al-Muallem, Director of KSrelief’s Health and Environmental Assistance Department, said 31,732 individuals would be benefited from the agreement. It will help to establish a network of mobile medical clinics in Waalan, Abs, Al-Gharza, and Al-Deir areas within the Hajjah governorate.
The main objective of this cooperation is to safeguard the lives of displaced persons and the host communities. This will be achieved through an integrated approach focused at enhancing healthcare in specific districts of the governorate.
The agreement aims to provide mobile clinics, medical supplies, primary and emergency healthcare services, essential medicines, environmental preservation efforts and proper medical waste disposal.
This project is part of KSrelief’s ongoing efforts as Saudi Arabia’s relief arm, dedicated to end the hardships faced by the Yemeni people amidst the ongoing humanitarian crisis.