Sana’a: Saudi's King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) continues the implementation of water supplies and environmental sanitation projects in directorates of Midi, Abs, Hiran and Haradh in Hajjah Governorate in Yemen.
Saudi Press Agency reported 393,000 litres of non-drinking and 265,000 litres of drinking water were pumped into tanks, benefiting 5,600 people.
The Emergency Nutrition Clinics of KSrelief provided treatment services in partnership with Taibah Foundation for Development in Al-Khawkhah District of Hodeidah Governorate, Yemen.
During April, the integrated-care clinics received 8,085 beneficiaries, the immunization clinics received 32 patients and surgery and wound-dressing clinic received 983 individuals.
Obstetrics and Gynecology clinic received 31 women.
Health awareness department also received 3,166 beneficiaries, meanwhile the reproductive health clinic received 566.
The health care department also received 2,888 patients and electrocardiogram department received one patient.
The clinics also conducted lab tests for 6,897 patients, dispensed prescriptions for 6,463 beneficiaries, and performed blood transfusion to 35 individuals.
The centre distributed 6,250 cartons of dates to displaced, needy and affected families in Ma'rib and Lahij governorates, benefiting 6,250 people yesterday which comes within the framework of a project to distribute 3,000 tons of dates in Yemen.
KSrelief’s project for clearing mines in Masam demined 1,022 mines, including 103 antipersonnel mines, 146 anti-tanks, 811 unexploded ordnance, and 52 explosive devices.
Since the beginning of the project, 164,205 landmines have been dismantled after they had been planted by Houthi militias in Yemen, claiming lives, serious injuries or amputation of children, women and the elderly.
The project comes as a continuation of efforts being exerted by Saudi Arabia, represented by KSrelief, to clear Yemeni lands of landmines and unexploded ordnance, and train Yemeni cadres in demining action.