Niamey, King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief), yesterday, launched a voluntary medical campaign to combat blindness and its causes in Tawa, Niger, in the presence of the Saudi Ambassador to Niger, Dr. Zaid bin Makhlid Al-Harbi, and several officials in the Niger.
During the campaign, cataracts and minor surgeries were performed, and medical glasses, medicines, and eye drops were distributed. The beneficiaries expressed their heartfelt appreciation to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by KSrelief, for the necessary treatment and integrated medical services provided to them per the highest international standards.
This campaign is an extension of the Kingdom’s projects related to combating blindness in needy countries.
Source: Saudi Press Agency