Saudi aid agency provides mobile medical services in Yemen

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The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center’s mobile medical clinics provided treatment services to the beneficiaries in Hajjah governorate, Yemen.

During Dec. 14-20, the clinics received 515 people with various health conditions. The clinics provided them with the necessary medical services. The clinics also provided 243 individuals with medications.

Meanwhile, Abdullah Al-Rabeeah, supervisor-general of the center, recently said that Saudi Arabia ranked first among donor countries in offering official development assistance to low and medium-income countries, with a total of SR26.71 billion ($7.12 billion), according to data published by Development Assistance Committee of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.

The data showcased the official 2021 development assistance offered by donor countries — member states and states with associate memberships at DAC, where the Paris-based committee is considered the biggest forum.

Al-Rabeeah said that this assistance constitutes 1.05 percent of Saudi Arabia’s gross national income.

He said that by this proportion the Kingdom has topped the donor countries and surpassed the target approved by the UN General Assembly.



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