KSrelief treats over 24,000 injured Yemenis

KSrelief

The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), the charity arm of Saudi Arabia, continues to treat injured and wounded Yemenis and provide them with medical services inside the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and abroad.

The center has already treated over 24,000 wounded and injured Yemenis since its establishment in May 2015; Saudi Press Agency (SPA) said on Sunday.

The center has provided treatment for hundreds of Yemenis in government and private hospitals in the south of the Kingdom; referred several critical cases for advanced medical care at facilities in the Riyadh and Makkah regions, and transported several people for treatment in Jordan, Sudan, and India.

KSRelief offers diagnostic services, surgical facilities, and rehabilitation while providing necessary medication. It has also launched artificial limb centers in Aden, Marib, and Taiz for the victims of land mines planted by the Iranian-backed Houthis. Work on another center is underway in the Seiyun governorate.

Meanwhile, the KSrelief, in cooperation with Benevolence Coalition for Humanitarian Relief; distributed shelter materials to the displaced in Yemen’s Marib Governorate.

The aid included 27 tents; 126 blankets, 54 rugs and 27 shelters bags, benefiting 156 people.