Modhesh inaugurates an artesian water well project for Kuwait University Hospital in Sana’a

Within the framework of SCMCHA efforts to alleviate human suffering caused by the aggression and siege, funds will be directed toward the implementation of projects that address the needs of citizens.

The head of the International Cooperation Department of SCMCHA, Faisal Modhesh, and the director of SCMCHA’s branch in the capital secretariat, Abdullah Al-Naami, inaugurated the artesian water well project for the Kuwait University Hospital, which was implemented by the Communication Foundation for Human Development, with funding from the Kuwaiti Water Irrigation Society.

Modhesh and Al-Naami heard from the Director of the Communication Foundation’s office in Sana’a, Dalia Abdullah, and the Foundation’s Projects Manager, Abdul Qader Bajash, to an explanation of the project, which included digging an artesian well 560 meters deep in response to the hospital’s essential needs and requirements, at a cost of $110,000.

They explained that the Foundation seeks to achieve sustainable development through implementing various projects and programmes, most notably water, health, shelter and humanitarian relief projects in various governorates according to emergency needs and priority.

Modhesh stressed the SCMCHA’s keenness to implement a number of service projects at Kuwait University Hospital, including the water project and the endeavor to provide a water network for various departments, pointing out the hospital’s need for restoration and rehabilitation to keep up with the necessary needs, especially after completing the restoration of two floors in the hospital and in the process of following up on the remaining restoration and rehabilitation work for number of hospital facilities.

In turn, the Director General of Kuwait Hospital, Dr. Muhammad Al-Mihdhar, and the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine at Sana’a University, Dr. Khaled Al-Khamisi, pointed out the importance of the project in providing clean water to the hospital and all its departments, expressing their hope that the Kuwait Water Irrigation Association will expand its services and activities in the hospital and provide a pump to transport water to all departments.

Al-Mihdhar and Al-Khamisi apprectiated SCMCHA interest and follow-up in implementing the project and work to rehabilitate the hospital and improve the services provided to citizens.

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