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Kuwaiti relief society delivers 15 tons of medications to Yemen





Kuwaiti Society for Relief delivers over 15 tons of cancer-treatment drugs to the central pharmaceuticals storehouses of in the city of Aden

Kuwaiti relief society delivers 15 tons of medications to Yemen

19/04/2017

RIYADH-- The field Health Committee of the Kuwaiti Society for Relief (KSR) on Wednesday handed over 15 tons of cancer-treatment drugs to the central pharmaceuticals storehouses of in the city of Aden, Yemen.

The drugs are part the KSR's program to support the health services sector in the Yemeni city, the committee said in a statement.

Undersecretary of the Aden Governorate Rashad Rashad Al-Sha'ea said that the medications were badly needed to alleviate the sufferings of the cancer-afflicted patients nationwide, according to statement.

Al-Sha'ea emphasized Kuwait's support to the Yemeni people who have been experiencing harsh economic and economic conditions caused by war.

Advisor of Aden's governor for the health sector Dr. Khalid Al-Hakim, coordinator of the Higher Committee for Relief in Yemen Jamal Belafqih and Undersecretary of the Yemeni Health Ministry Dr. Eshraq Al-Seba'i expressed gratitude to the State of Kuwait and the Kuwaiti people for providing a variety of the medical assistance and other forms of support to the country. According to the statement, today's medications are worth USD 200,000, and will be later distributed on all the Yemeni provinces.


 














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