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The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has recently provided essential assistance to two major health facilities in Sana’a. This intervention, which is supported by USAID’s Bureau for Humanitarian Assistance (BHA), is to increase access to healthcare for over 200,000 people residing near Hani Tawamr Hospital in Maeen District and Bani Hawat Health Centre in Bani Al-Harith District. 

Both facilities benefited from a comprehensive package provided by the project, which included medicines, medical supplies, equipment, furniture, capacity-building for healthcare workers, maintenance support, and staff incentives. These provisions will enable the facilities to deliver essential primary healthcare services to local communities, including medical consultations, free medication, mental health and psychosocial support, and health awareness programs.

Hani Tawamr Hospital has been recently designated by the Ministry of Public Health as a Diarrhoea Treatment Center (DTC) to address the surging cholera outbreak reported across several governorates, including Sana’a. Situated in densely populated areas, the Bani Hawat Health Center provides healthcare to some of the most vulnerable populations in the district, including displaced individuals.

This assistance serves as a lifeline, enabling the health facilities to operate fully during two shifts and offer a comprehensive range of services. With the addition of newly recruited medical staff, specialized consultations for childhood and maternal healthcare needs became available, alleviating the strain on public hospitals due to overcrowding.

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