Aden, In collaboration with the ministry of public health and population of Yemen, Riyadh-based King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) today launched a six-month project to enhance school health care services and tackle malnutrition cases among students and staff in Aden governorate.
The team which is equipped with high-tech devices and qualified staff is targeting to benefit nearly 44000 persons out of 92000 distributed over 107 schools.
In a statement, Jamal Sidqi, Undersecretary of Aden Governorate, said the project is laying the foundation for school health care, describing the move as a step in the right direction.
For his part, Mohammed Abdulraqeeb Al-Raqeebi, Director General of Aden Education Office, said the project aims at creating safe environment to guarantee the continuation of the educational process amid the current breakout of epidemics and diseases, including coronavirus COVID-19.
Source: Saudi Press Agency