AMMAN: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) is continuing to provide medical services to Syrian refugees in the Zaatari camp, Jordan.
The clinics recently received 345 patients, with various health conditions. The patients were checked and provided with necessary health services.
The clinics in the camp are a small part of the humanitarian aid that KSrelief provides to Syrian refugees on behalf of Saudi Arabia.
Meanwhile, KSrelief’s mobile nutritional medical clinics provided treatment services to beneficiaries in Yemen’s Hodeida governorate. The clinics provided treatment services to 8,964 beneficiaries. The laboratory department received 2,986 individuals, and 2,497 being provided with medication.
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