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The World Health Organization has lunched psychiatric wards at Al-Amal and Al-Thawra Hospitals in the capital, Sana’a. In a tweet, the organization said that, in partnership with the Ministry of Health in Sana’a, it had lunched psychiatric wards in Al-Amal and Al-Thawra Hospitals. It  added that these wards will improve access to and quality of mental health services for about 250 patients and 60 people who visit the outpatient clinics in both facilities daily.

To improve access to mental health services for the approximately 250 patients and 60 people who visit the outpatient clinics at both facilities daily, WHO has opened psychiatric wards at Al Amal and Al Thawra Hospitals in partnership with @MofaJapan_en and the Ministry of Health.

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