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Khabar Khair (Only Good News)

In Yemen, many people still face challenges in accessing healthcare services. 

UNICEF is actively working to bridge this gap by delivering essential medicines, medical supplies and ready-to-use therapeutic food to 2,400 primary healthcare facilities across the country.

This initiative is supported by the World Bank-funded Emergency Human Capital Project (EHCP).

Source: UNICEF Yemen

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