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“King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center” has delivered the first batch of dialysis materials to the Ministry of Health and Population in Aden. The batch contained more than 36 tons of supplies and medical solutions for dialysis.

Dr. Qassem Buhaibeh, Minister of Health, appreciated the efforts made by “King Salman Center” in the humanitarian and relief fields. He stressed that the health sector depends mainly on the center’s humanitarian response. It is currently operating two dialysis centers in Al-Mahra and Al-Dhale’a. He pointed out that there are other batches to arrive in the coming days. They are intended to secure the needs of 16 dialysis centers in the country for a period of six months.

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