According to the Saudi Press Agency, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has begun delivering health care in Yemen’s Harad Directorate of the Hajjah Governorate.

It is projected that between May 18 and May 24, the clinics admitted and cared for 426 people with a variety of health conditions, providing them with the necessary medical treatments. According to the charity, medication was also given to 212 patients at KSrelief clinics.

KSrelief also provided 2,850 food baskets to 17,100 people in the Al-Dhale Governorate. Yemen will receive this assistance as part of the KSrelief 2022 endeavor to improve the country’s overall food security. As part of this operation, Yemeni households in need will get more than 192,000 food baskets totaling more than 20,000 tons.

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