The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has signed five joint agreements with the Taybah Foundation for Development to implement health; water, and environmental sanitation projects in Yemen.
The deals of KSrelief’s assistant general supervisor for operations and programs, Ahmed bin Ali Al-Beez; at the center’s headquarters.
The first agreement, markedly valued at $1.244 million; included operating the third phase of Al-Jaada Health Center in Hajjah governorate; benefiting 69,300 people by providing them with access to integrated primary health services.
The second deal, worth $1.604 million, will also help 175,200 displaced people in Hodeidah governorate; through the provision of emergency nutrition clinics and other health services.
A scheme to put in place fresh water supplies and environmental sanitation for 8,400 displaced people in Hodeidah; will also be a part of the $860,660 third agreement.
Similar work costing $1.660 million and benefiting 18,742 individuals; will also take place in Hajjah under the terms of the fourth accord.
And mobile medical clinics in Hajjah; will also be made available to 36,000 people as part of the fifth element of the signing; also worth in excess of $343,000.