Al-Hamali reviews the progress of implementing projects in Al-Thawra Hospital in Hodeidah

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, was briefed today on the progress of work in implementing the project to build the Center for Prosthetic Limbs and Prosthetic Devices at Al-Thawra General Hospital Authority in Al-Hodeidah Governorate.

Al-Hamli listened to an explanation from the head of the commission, Dr. Khaled Suhail, about the project being implemented by the Handicap Organization, with the support of the European Union, at a cost of $620,000, including equipment, to provide its services to patients from the governorates of Hodeidah, Hajjah, Raymah, and others, at a rate of five thousand beneficiaries annually.

The Limbs Center was addressed as an important priority for providing care, rehabilitation, and physiotherapy services to patients who have lost limbs and assisting them in reintegrating into society.

Al-Hamli emphasized the significance of completing the project and sticking to the technical specifications and studies conducted in accordance with the aspirations and demands of the patients.

The Supreme Council Secretary-General, along with the head of the Al-Thawra Hospital Authority, also inspected the progress of the ongoing work in the authority’s two feeding center projects, which are funded by the World Health Organization, and the care building with annexes, which is self-financed with Yaman organization coupons and contains 33 beds.

Al-Hamli appreciated these projects, emphasizing the Supreme Council’s and its branch’s eagerness to monitor their implementation and overcome any obstacles, in order to strengthen the response and support for completing infrastructure projects in the Al-Thawra General Hospital Authority.

He noted that the visit is part of the Council’s interest in inspecting a number of initiatives and the level of project implementation in several domains, including health and water, in collaboration with humanitarian action partners.

The hospital’s board chairman, Dr. Suhail, appreciated the Supreme Council and its branch’s interest and eagerness to maintain the hospital’s support in implementing these projects, which will contribute to raising the level of medical and treatment services in the hospital in line with its infrastructure needs.

During his visit, he was accompanied by Jaber Al-Razhi, Director General of the Council’s branch in the governorate, Abdul Salam Al-Nawab, Director General of the Council’s local organizations, and Duncan Paul, representative of the Handicap Organization.

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