KSrelief launches Sudan voluntary medical project to treat Blindness

KSrelief launches Sudan voluntary medical project to treat Blindness

In collaboration with the Al-Basar International Foundation, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) launched a free medical project in Nyala, Sudan, to combat blindness and its causes. According to the Saudi Press Agency, KSrelief’s volunteer medical team has examined 2,500 cases, conducted 270 surgeries, and gave out 950 eyeglasses. This campaign, according…

The Qatar Red Crescent treats 7,720 patients with vision problems in Sudan

The Qatar Red Crescent treats 7,720 patients with vision problems in Sudan

The Qatar Red Crescent Society  is currently in Sudan, where it is providing 7,720 medical consultations and 246 surgeries to impoverished patients in two states. The QRCS Sudan representation office, Hamad Medical Corporation, Primary Health Care Corporation, and Al Basar International Foundation are coordinating the project with Sudan’s health authorities. Through two eye treatment camps…

Indonesians in Sudan to get COVID-19 vaccine provided by the Indonesian Embassy 

Indonesians in Sudan to get COVID-19 vaccine provided by the Indonesian Embassy 

Khartoum: The Indonesian Embassy in Khartoum is dedicated to improving services and protection for Indonesians in Sudan, including optimal protection from the ongoing spread of COVID-19. In this regard, on Tuesday, the Indonesian Embassy in Khartoum carried out the sixth stage of COVID-19 vaccination activities for Indonesian citizens in Sudan. During this sixth stage of…

Monkeypox may have gone unchecked ‘for some time’

Monkeypox may have gone unchecked ‘for some time’

Monkeypox, a rare but fatal infection, is caused by the now-extinct smallpox virus. The World Health Organization reports that 30 non-endemic nations have reported over 550 cases of monkeypox. “Investigations are ongoing,” Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told journalists at the World Health Organization’s Geneva headquarters. “However, the presence of monkeypox in many regions at the same…

Sudan’s health sector has been severely harmed as a result of the country’s recent coup

Sudan’s health sector has been severely harmed as a result of the country’s recent coup

The October coup had an impact on the healthcare industry. Patients at Khartoum’s Ibrahim Malek hospital wake up during surgery because anaesthetics are so scarce. Medical supplies have not arrived, according to staff, since Sudan’s military coup on October 25. “We give them extra anaesthesia as they’re about to wake up,” said Dr. Ali Shaker,…