KSrelief holds training course for health practitioners in COVID-19 in Aden

April 06, 2021
The KSrelief organized a training course for health practitioners at COVID-19 isolation units in Aden, Yemen.
The KSrelief organized a training course for health practitioners at COVID-19 isolation units in Aden, Yemen.

ADEN — The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief) organized a training course for health practitioners at COVID-19 isolation units, in Aden, Yemen, in cooperation with the Yemeni Ministry of Public Health and Population and World Health Organization (WHO).

During the five-day training course, the skills and knowledge in dealing with the COVID-19 cases were highlighted.

The campaign comes within the framework of the continuous humanitarian role, played by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the KSrelief, to support the Yemeni health sector and raise awareness of the risks of Coronavirus.

KSrelief Clinics at Al-Zaatari

Camp carry out several activities

In Amman, the medical cadre of KSrelief's clinics at Al-Zaatari Camp for Syrian refugees in Jordan carried out various medical field activities, within the House Medical Care Project.

The first field examination resulted in helping the most cases in dire need for treatment and those who face difficulties to visit the center's clinics.

Subsequently, the medical team began providing these cases with the necessary medical and treatment services, in a way that guarantee their safety and mitigate their suffering, despite the hard refuge environment.

This came in the framework of the humanitarian project presented by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, through KSrelief, to the fraternal Syrian people, in different refuge environments.

KSrelief provides water,

environmental services

The KSrelief implemented many humanitarian projects and water and environmental sanitation services, as part of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s grant to support Yemen Humanitarian Response Plan 2020.

KSrelief, in cooperation with the World Health Organization (WHO), improved access to water and sanitation services at 45 health centers, and increased the level of monitoring and evaluation at 117 health centers in Yemen, with a value of $7 million.

KSrelief also provided water, sanitation and hygiene services and ensured the supply of safe water to targeted health centers in cooperation with UNICEF, at a cost of $9.2 million.

Masam Project dismantles

2,277 mines last week

The KSrelief Project (Masam) for clearing mines in Yemen, dismantled 2,277 mines during the fifth week of March 2021, including 176 anti-personnel mines, 606 anti-tank mines, and 1,495 unexploded ordnance, it was reported here Tuesday.

Since the beginning of the project, as many as 230,592 mines, planted by the Houthi militia, have been dismantled, the report added. — SPA

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