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HUMAN ACCESS in Mukalla began to implement the second phase of the Urology Camp project, which was inaugurated at the beginning of last week, with generous funding from the Kuwait’s Namaa Charity.

The medical team conducted the necessary check-ups and laboratory tests for 200 patients from the districts of Dowan and Al-Dhaliaa, which are considered remote areas in Hadhramaut.

Namaa Charity continues to support humanitarian and charitable projects in light of the ongoing conflict and the difficult living conditions of people.

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