KSRelief aids the children and the elderly in Pakistan

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Time: 01 February, 2020

King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center distributed 500 winter bags in the Ganglot in Jaljest District, Balestan, Islamic Republic of Pakistan, benefiting 2,500 individuals, children, women and old people.

In addition, 800 winter bags were distributed in Landi Kotel district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in Pakistan, benefiting 4,000 individuals, children, women and old people.

The center also distributed 400 winter bags in Hawili district, Kashmir, Pakistan, benefiting 2,000 individuals, children, women and old people.

This aid comes following the directives of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz and his loyal Crown Prince, to support brotherly and friendly countries in the various crises and tribulations that they are going through.

The Center, in cooperation with the Taiba Development Foundation, continued last week to implement the water and environmental sanitation project, in order to preserve the lives of families in the Al-Khaniq camp in the Horeb Niham area of Sana’a Governorate.

During the period from 16 to 22 November 2020 AD, 196 thousand liters of healthy water were pumped into the tanks, 631,856 liters of used water was pumped to the tanks, and the garbage was transported to the disposal places.

This comes within the framework of the system of humanitarian and relief projects offered by the Kingdom, represented in the center, for the Yemeni people to improve their living conditions during the current humanitarian crisis she endures.

The mobile nutritional medical clinics of the center continued to provide treatment services in the Al-Khanqq camp in Harib Naham in Sanaa governorate, in partnership with Thebes Development Foundation, during the period 16-22 January 2020.

The emergency department reviewed 693 individuals, the internal clinic 121, the mobile team 57 patients, the wound dressing clinic 26 people, dispensed drugs reviewed 1005 patients, the gynecology and obstetrics clinic reviewed 58 women, the laboratory examination was made for 305 patients, the health care department reviewed 277 patients, and the immunization department 9 Beneficiaries, the nutrition clinic 14 reviewed individuals, and the medical referral department reviewed one beneficiary.

This article was first published in Ajel

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