RIYADH: A total of 17,481 Yemenis benefited from various health services offered by the emergency nutritional medial clinics operated by the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) in the Hodeidah governorate of Yemen during February.
More than 34,000 Yemenis also benefited from various medical services provided by the center during the same period.
The center recently signed five agreements with the Taybah Foundation for Development to implement health, water, and environmental sanitation projects in Yemen.
The first agreement, valued at $1.244 million, included operating the third phase of Al-Jaada Health Center in Hajjah governorate, benefiting 69,300 people by providing them with access to integrated primary health services.
The second deal, worth $1.604 million, will help 175,200 displaced people in Hodeidah governorate through the provision of emergency nutrition clinics and other health services.
A scheme to put in place fresh water supplies and environmental sanitation for 8,400 displaced people in Hodeidah will be part of the $860,660 third agreement.
Similar work costing $1.660 million and benefiting 18,742 individuals, will take place in Hajjah under the terms of the fourth accord.
And mobile medical clinics in Hajjah will be made available to 36,000 people as part of the fifth element of the signing, worth $343,000.
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