After stumbling for 24 years, SCMCHA opens an isolation center in the new Kuwait Hospital.

SCMCHA continues to work in partnership with UNOPS to carry out development, service, and health projects in line with its interest in allocating funds to the implementation of development projects that contribute to alleviate human suffering and meet citizens’ needs within the priorities of need.

Ali Al-Kahlani, the head of the SCMCHA’s International Cooperation Department, today officially opened the first phase of the isolation center at the new Kuwait Hospital, which cost.  two million and 150 thousand dollars, and was built with funding from the German Development Bank kfw and implemented by UNOPS after 24 years of failure and ongoing Council oversigh, in the presence of several state representatives.

The facility has 33 beds, and 2,350 patients use its services each year. A significant accomplishment that is added to the list of successes of the Council and the humanitarian action partners is the equipping, rehabilitation, and restoration of the first phase of the new Kuwait Hospital building and the completion of the first floor.


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