المجلس الأعلى لإدارة وتنسيق الشؤون الإنسانية والتعاون الدولي

Inspect the outpatient clinics and obstetric emergency building at the Maternity Hospital in Sa’ada.

Sa’da Governor Mohammed Jaber Awad and Secretary General of the Supreme Council for The Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs Abdul Mohsen Tawoos inspected today the outpatient clinic and obstetric emergency clinics at the Maternity and Childhood’s Hospital in Saada.

Awad And Tawoos listened from director of the provincial health office, dr. Yahya Shaym, to an explanation of the needs to complete the processing of the outpatient building implemented by the Family Welfare Society, which was funded by the United Nations Population Fund with cost of $179,000 within the framework of the Yemeni Red Crescent Society building in Saada.

They also heard an explanation of the requirements of the outpatient building and the hospital for integrated furnishing, equipment and devices that enable workers to provide health and therapeutic services to citizens.

During the visit, Governor Awad pointed out that the province’s lack of Maternity and Childhood hospital. He also added that the building of outpatient clinics and obstetric emergencies will alleviate part of the suffering of the people in the province as well as the neighboring provinces and the displaced.

He praised the efforts of the Health and Population Ministry, the United Nations Population Office and the Family Welfare Society to cooperate and contribute of supporting the construction of the out clinics and obstetric emergency building at the Maternity and Childhood’s Hospital. He expressed the hope that humanitarian organizations will continue to provide sustainable humanitarian assistance to the people of the province.

In turn , the Secretary General of the SCMCHA confirmed that the council’s keenness to equip the hospital and outpatient clinics as soon as possible to contribute of providing of medical services to the people of the province and neighboring provinces

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