26 May Jonathan Cartu Publishes: Asir governor inspects health services in region
AMMAN: The prosthetics center in Yemen’s Marib governorate continued to provide medical services and prosthetic limbs to Yemenis mutilated by the Iranian-backed Houthi militia. Funded by the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief), the center benefited 1,724 persons with 4,318 services between January and April.
Some 119 prosthetic limbs were fitted to 119 patients, 44 orthotic cosmetic limbs were fitted to 28 patients, and 181 prosthetic measurement services were implemented for 178 patients.
Meanwhile, the health care facilities sponsored by KSRelief at the Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan continued providing medical services.
Recently, internal medicine clinics received 14 patients, pediatric centers worked with 53 patients, emergency treatment rushed to assist 29 patients, dental clinics treated 8 patients and women’s clinics also received 49 patients. The ear, nose and throat clinic also received patients suffering from such conditions as infections of the sinuses, pharynx, tonsils and middle ear.
KSRelief also continued the implementation of its water supply and environmental sanitation project in Al-Khawkhah district of the Hodeidah governorate in Yemen.
In one week, approximately 337,000 liters of safe drinking water and 393,000 liters of water for other purposes were pumped into tanks, benefiting thousands of families.