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King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief) has successfully executed a voluntary medical initiative focusing on nose, ear, and throat (otolaryngology) surgeries at Al-Ghayda Central Hospital in Al-Mahra Governorate, Yemen.
The project involved the dedicated efforts of 12 volunteers and resulted in 43 surgeries, as part of the relief efforts conducted by the Kingdom through KSrelief.
Furthermore, 500 cases were diagnosed, and medical prescriptions were provided to 30 individuals. Additionally, 30 participants received training in the voluntary medical program for nose, ear, and throat (otolaryngology) procedures.
This groundbreaking project is the inaugural installment of a series of specialized and high-quality voluntary initiatives, marking a significant milestone in the relief projects undertaken by the Kingdom through KSrelief.
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