The Ministry of Public Health and Population received on Saturday 20 tons of medicines of dialysis provided by King Salman Center for Relieve and Humanitarian Activities (KSCRHA) to be distributed in a number of provinces.
Minister of Public Health and Population NaserBa'om praised the support provided by brothers in Saudi Arabia, highlighting significance of the shipment to be handed over also to Houthi-held provinces.
For his part, KSCRHA's Director in Yemen Saleh al-Dhubiani made it clear that the shipment came in the framework of the center's activities in different fields including health sector. He confirmed that the forthcoming days will witness more aspects of support, especially in field of providing medicines for combating cholera and diphtheria.
On the other hand, King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Activities launched on Saturday distribution of 505 food parcels in Harib District, Mareb.
The parcels have been distributed on villages of Adhia, Suwar, Asha'ab, Sharif, Mashra' within a project of distributing 49 thousand parcels to very poor families in provinces of Mareb, Baidha', Jawf and Sana'a, according to a release issued by the center on Saturday.
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