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King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center, in cooperation with Al-Basar Charitable Foundation, concluded the Saudi Noor volunteer program to combat blindness in Mukalla, Hadhramout.

During the camp, the volunteer medical team examined 5,450 cases, distributed 991 medical glasses, and performed 400 surgeries.

In cooperation with the Saudi Red Crescent Authority and the Technical and Vocational Training Corporation, the center also held the fifth training program. It involved training courses to qualify medical cadres and trainers in addition to quality courses for the blind, benefiting 596 individuals.

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