Yemeni health projects continue to be funded By Saudi Aid

Funding for Yemeni health projects continues to be provided by Saudi Aid, as part of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center's efforts. The initiative focuses on providing vital healthcare, nutritional treatment, and counseling to thousands of vulnerable individuals, including children, pregnant women, and nursing mothers. Through their extensive relief work, the center has aided numerous Yemenis, treating patients and addressing critical issues such as food safety, water sanitation, education, and disaster assistance.

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In Yemen's governorates of Aden, Lahij, Taiz, Hodeidah, Hadramout, Hajjah, and Marib, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center finances a feeding programme for children under the age of five, pregnant women, and nursing mothers.


The initiative, which provides nutritional treatment, healthcare, and counseling, assisted 31,212 people in a single week. KSrelief is Saudi Arabia's endeavor to alleviate the suffering of Yemenis, particularly women and children suffering from famine as a result of the current humanitarian situation.

As a result, patients have been treated at the KSrelief-funded Emergency Center for Epidemic Control in Hajjah. In a single week, the center delivered medical treatment to 2,874 patients with a variety of health issues.

Many people in Yemen have benefited from the relief work. The center has spent more than $4 billion on 695 projects in Yemen. Food safety, water sanitation, health, education, disaster assistance, and nutrition are among the issues covered in its programmes.

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