UNFPA, KSrelief provide health services to over 58,500 women in Yemen

Saudi Arabia's KSrelief Continues Distributing Food Baskets in the needy countries

Since the beginning of this year, the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) in cooperation with the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), has been providing treatment services to Yemeni women in the field of reproductive health, benefiting more than 58,500 beneficiaries.

The fund seeks to finance obstetric health facilities and centers, by helping the pregnant women to ensure safe deliveries for them, so that their children enjoy good and stable health.

This comes within the framework of the humanitarian support, provided by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the KSrelief, to the UNFPA to promote women’s and children’s health in Yemen and various countries around the world.

Meanwhile, KSrelief has distributed on Thursday 2,925 cartons of dates to the displaced and affected families in Al-Baidha Governorate, Yemen.

This distribution of dates comes within the framework of the humanitarian projects provided by Saudi Arabia through the KSrelief in various sectors for the Yemeni people in all regions without discrimination

In Lahj, the KSrelief distributed 2,000 cartons of dates to displaced and affected families, benefiting 2,000 families. The humanitarian projects, through the KSrelief, in various sectors for the Yemeni people in all its regions without discrimination reached 491 projects.

In Hodeidah, the KSrelief distributed on Thursday 1,805 cartons of dates to displaced and affected families, benefiting 1,805 families. This is within the framework of a project to distribute 3,000 tons of dates for the Yemeni people.

In addition, KSrelief distributed shelter aid to over 300 displaced persons in Al Wadi district in Marib governorate, continuing their humanitarian relief work in various Yemeni regions.