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Thu - 07 May 2020 - 10:15 PM ،،،


 King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) signed in Riyadh today an agreement with Selah Foundation for Development to implement the second phase of the project to operate the dialysis center in al-Dhale governorate, south Yemen, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

The project aims to provide hemodialysis services to beneficiaries according to health standards to alleviate the suffering and preserve lives of patients with kidney failure, improve the performance in the center through the consulting clinic, count and monitor patients through a database and support the health sector in Dhale.

According to the agreement, KSrelief will work to secure materials and consumables for more than 6,000 dialysis sessions and provide meals for patients, sanitary materials, detergents and disinfectants, spare parts and maintenance supplies for generators, desalination plants and pumps.

KSrelief will also provide medical, technical, administrative, engineering and public services staff, a nephrologist and an additional medical staff in emergency cases and appoint a medical equipment engineer. This will be done after KSrelief prepares the building and secures dialysis beds, administrative supplies, spare parts and others to receive patients properly and provide high quality service.

This comes within the framework of the keenness of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by KSrelief, on caring for the sick and injured and supporting the medical sector in Yemen.