LeadSaudi Aid Agency and WHO launches Life-Saving Oxygen Station in Yemen

Saudi Aid Agency and WHO launches Life-Saving Oxygen Station in Yemen

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In collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), Saudi Arabia’s KSrelief has inaugurated a life-saving oxygen station at Shahid Mehnef Hospital in Yemen’s Abyan governate. As reported by the Saudi Press Agency, this state-of-the-art station is capable of producing an impressive 72 oxygen cylinders daily, each with a 40-liter capacity.

Furthermore, this initiative underscores Saudi Arabia’s persistent commitment to supporting Yemen’s beleaguered healthcare system, with a total aid plan exceeding $2 million. The primary goal of this project is to ensure a consistent oxygen supply to hospitals in Hadramout, Shabwa, and Marib. This provides a lifeline to those in dire need in these governorates and Abyan.

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Yemen’s Health Ministry has received essential medical supplies and equipment. They have designated these for intensive care and emergency departments at Marib General Hospital and Kara General Hospital in Marib.

About KSrelief:
King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief) was established in 2015 with a noble mission, focusing on humanitarian principles. KSrelief coordinates and provides relief to crisis-affected countries, fostering international cooperation on economic, social, cultural, and humanitarian matters.

The center’s activities encompass various humanitarian sectors provided in partnership with the affected countries, UN agencies, and national non-profit organizations. International non-profit organizations also play a vital role in assisting recipient countries.

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