King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has continued its implementation of a project aimed at providing primary healthcare and water services to displaced individuals in Razih district, Saada, Yemen.
During the period from 1 to 7 October 2023, a total of 152 people benefited from these services, SPA reported.
Within the project, the Epidemic Diseases Control clinic provided treatment services to 36 patients, while the emergency clinic attended to 24 patients.
The internal medicine clinic served 79 patients, and 12 cases received care at the reproductive health clinic. Additionally, one individual sought assistance from the awareness and education department.
In terms of accompanying services, 109 beneficiaries visited the nursing services clinic, medicines were dispensed to 151 patients, and one person sought help from the surgery and dressing clinic.
A waste disposal activity was also conducted. Moreover, 14,400 liters of potable water were pumped, and 140 water containers were distributed for preservation and transportation purposes.
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