Time: 21 June, 2020
- The projects are part of humanitarian and relief efforts by the Kingdom to improve Yemenis’ living conditions during the humanitarian crisis
HAJJAH: Health clinics operated by the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) treated more than 400 people in Yemen’s Hajjah governorate in the past week.
The clinics, run in partnership with the Taiba Foundation for Development, provide medical treatment and health care services in the region.
KSRelief is also continuing water supply and environmental sanitation projects to help families in the Hodeidah governorate’s Khokha district.
From June 4-10, projects supplied 357,000 liters of drinking water and 392,000 liters of water for other uses, benefiting thousands of people.
KSRelief also transported waste and wastewater from refugee camps, carried out tank maintenance, and began spraying campaigns to combat the coronavirus.
The center also distributed 165 food baskets in flood-affected Aden in cooperation with the Al-Khair Charity Coalition for Humanitarian Relief. More than 990 people benefited from the aid. The projects are part of humanitarian and relief efforts by the Kingdom to improve Yemenis’ living conditions during the humanitarian crisis.