The Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS), has recently completed the second phase of its project to support the Al-Thawra Modern General Hospital's Surgical Emergency Centre in Taiz, Yemen, with funding from Qatar Fund for Development (QFD).
The second phase had been extended from Aug 1 to Oct 16, with a view to receiving more victims of the current war across the country.
In partnership with the Yemen Medical Charitable Society - Taiz and the Al-Thawra Modern General Hospital; QRCS's Mission in Yemen treated 64,606 cases (48,913 male and 15,693 female), including 63,914 cases that received dressing, inpatient, radiology, lab, and outpatient services. The remaining 692 patients underwent major, medium, and minor surgeries.
Also, the project hired 167 medical, assistant, nurse, and administrative staff of various specialities, such as general surgery, cardiovascular surgery, facial surgery, plastic surgery, neurosurgery, and eye surgery.
Dr Ahmed Anaam, Chairman of the Al-Thawra Modern General Hospital, commended QRCS's contributions to the Surgical Emergency Centre, hoping for more support to continue to receive more and more injuries in the governorate.
Dr Sadek Al-Shugaa, Chief Doctor of Taiz, welcomed QRCS's significant role, in operating the largest surgical establishment in the governorate, as well as, securing medical supplies.
Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK.