“Al-waqaaljadeed.com ” Sat 03, November 2018 Aden / Private.
The UAE Red Crescent continues to provide assistance in the field of health and rehabilitation of hospitals since the liberation of the interim capital of Aden.
The United Arab Emirates has made a double effort since the liberation of the capital Aden in July 2015 with the aim of lifting the health situation and rebuilding the remnants of Houthi’s destruction in hospitals and health centers.
Aden was the beginning, where the UAE has made efforts to continue until today through the rehabilitation of the largest hospitals in the city, Al-Gomhouria Hospital, which has now become the most important medical facility to benefit from free services for Sons of Aden and neighboring provinces, after the Houthi militia turned into a military barracks during the invasion City.
According to a report by Al-Bayan newspaper, the rehabilitation and maintenance in Aden included all the nine health centers and supported them with the necessary equipment and supplies with 17 modern ambulances, which contributed to return of all to work to alleviate the suffering of Yemenis and contribute to reducing the spread of infectious diseases .
Outpatient clinics The war by al-Huthi’s militia on Aden destroyed the outpatient clinics of Al-Gomhuriya Hospital and left the service, after looting its equipment and tampering with its contents, which deprived the sons of Aden and the neighboring governorates of their services and resorting to private hospitals to double their suffering in the difficult economic conditions of the population .
The UAE, as part of its support to the health sector, brought life back to the outpatient clinics where the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Public Health and Population Dr. Ahmad Al-Kamal and the Director of Humanitarian Operations in Yemen Said Al-Kaabi opened last Sunday the outpatient clinics of Al-Gomhouria Educational Hospital in Aden after maintenance and furnishing by the UAE Red Crescent.
The UAE Red Crescent Authority has rehabilitated and furnished the outpatient department at Al-Gomhouria Hospital in Aden and provided it with modern medical equipment and office equipment. It has returned to work daily to receive 200-400 cases not only from Aden but also from neighboring governorates.
Deputy Chairman of the Republic Hospital Hospital d. Dr. Tarek Mzaida, that the outpatient clinics have not received any maintenance or restoration since 1984 and has been operating according to the possibilities available until 2014, where it stopped completely.
In June, the UAE Red Crescent intervened in maintenance and furnishing, and clinics returned to service better than in the past. It receives between 200 and 400 cases daily from Aden and neighboring governorates.
Saeed Al Kaabi, Director of Humanitarian Operations in Yemen, said: “We renew our support to the health sector in order to alleviate the suffering of the Yemeni people. We affirm that our work continues in various sectors and in different governorates of Yemen.