SANAA, The Office of Public Health and Population in the Capital Sanaa on Monday received four ambulances in the framework of the first phase of the Ministry of Health's plan to upgrade health services.

Dr. Mutahar al-Marwany, director general of the Health Office in the secretariat, explained to Saba that the cars provided by the ministry and the World Health Organization come within the framework of the plan of the Ministry of Health within the stage of resilience and recovery of the modern national vision to cover the needs of hospitals in the capital Sana'a and upgrading Health services.

The director of the health office, Dr. Al-Marwany, pointed out that ambulances were distributed to the Republican Teaching Hospital, al-Sabeen Children's and Maternity Hospitals, al-Rawda and Zayed Maternity and Children's hospital in Bani Al-Harith Directorate.

Dr. Al-Marwany praised the efforts made by the continued health ministry's leadership to support the health sector in Sanaa, which aims to improve the quality of health services provided to citizens.

Source: Yemen News Agency

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