Saudi Arabia hands over the dialysis center building to Somalia

Saudi Arabia hands over the dialysis center building to Somalia
Saudi Arabia hands over the dialysis center building to Somalia

Yesterday, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center handed over the building of the dialysis center at Banadir Hospital in the Somali capital, Mogadishu, to the Ministry of Health and Community Welfare of the Federal Republic of Somalia, where the center will be used, upon the request of the Somali Ministry of Health, as a temporary headquarters for examining and treating people with Coronavirus, provided that the project is completed After completing the quarantine and treatment of the injured of Corona (Covid-19), and this is a contribution from the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and his faithful Crown Prince to alleviate the suffering of the brotherly Somali people as a result of this pandemic.Handover ceremony

The handover ceremony of the Dialysis Center building was held to the Somali Ministry of Health in the presence of the Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to the Federal Republic of Somalia, Dr. Muhammad Abdul-Ghani Khayyat, the Director of the Center’s Branch in Africa, Saad Muhanna Al-Suwaid, and the representative of the Ministry of Health and Community Welfare in the Federal Republic of Somalia, Counselor Dr. Abdul Razzaq Yusef Ahmed Jalaluddin, Mustafa Adam Daqal, Director of the Arab Affairs Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation in the Federal Republic of Somalia, the Director of Banadir Hospital for Maternity and Childhood in Mogadishu, Dr. Farton Sharif Muhammad, the Director of the Dialysis Center, Dr. Muhammad Othman Muhammad, the Director of Projects at the King Salman Center Branch in Africa, Professor Ibrahim Abdel Qader, and a number of Officials of the Somali Ministry of Health,

Saudi contribution

After the handover, the Ambassador of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to the Federal Republic of Somalia, Dr.Muhammad Abdul-Ghani Khayyat, told local and international media that the building of the dialysis center will be used as a temporary headquarters for examining and treating people with Coronavirus and quarantining critical health cases, in response to the Somali government’s request and the contribution from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. For siblings in Somalia, provided that the kidney dialysis center project is completed after the end of the Corona pandemic. For his part, the representative of the Ministry of Health and Community Welfare in the Federal Republic of Somalia, Counselor, Dr. Abdul Razzaq Yusef Ahmed Jalaluddin, expressed his thanks and appreciation to the government of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques and his trustworthy Crown Prince – may God protect them – and to the people of the brotherly Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which has never been late in extending a helping hand to the brothers in Somalia, also thanked the King Salman Center for Relief, noting that there are many projects that the Kingdom offers through the center in the Federal Republic of Somalia.

It is noteworthy that the Kingdom, represented by the King Salman Relief Center, is implementing many relief projects and development programs in the Republic of Somalia in various educational, health, water and environmental sanitation sectors, in support of the brothers in Somalia.

Medical services in Yemen

In Yemen, the Al-Jada Health Center in the Yemeni governorate of Hajjah continued to provide treatment services to beneficiaries, with the support of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center.

He visited the clinics during the period from 15 to 21 October 2020 AD, in the emergency department 581 beneficiaries, the internal medicine department 254, the reproductive health clinic 76 beneficiaries, the epidemiological department 244 beneficiaries, the awareness and education department 857 references, the surgery and dressing department 77 beneficiaries, and the medical referral department 23 The obstetrics department has 14 beneficiaries, the therapeutic feeding department has 48 beneficiaries, while 5 activities have been implemented to get rid of waste.

The laboratory department also visited 422 people, dispensed medicines to 1,236 individuals, and the blood transfusion department visited two beneficiaries, and the mobile clinics reached 413, while the nursing services department visited 733 individuals.

The Center also continued to implement a water and environmental sanitation project to preserve the lives of families in Al-Khawkhah District in Al Hudaydah Governorate. During the period from 15 to 21 October 2020 AD, 363,000 liters of healthy water were pumped to the tanks, 413,000 liters of use water were pumped to the tanks, in addition to the transfer of waste and wastewater from the camps to their disposal sites, the continuous maintenance of tanks and bathrooms, and the implementation of spray campaigns to combat disease vectors. This comes within the framework of the system of humanitarian and relief projects that the Kingdom provides, represented by the center, to the brotherly Yemeni people. To improve his living conditions during the current humanitarian crisis he is going through.

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