Benim Hikayem

IBC CONTINUES TO WORK IN YEMEN


Under the shadow of the civil war, health services have almost stopped in Yemen. One of the few hospitals where poor people can get free health services is Mukalla Women's and Maternity Hospital at the capital of Hadramud province. The hospital is trying to serve almost 9 million Yemenis with 3 neighboring states. The annexed building of full-service state hospital in the region - Mukalla Maternity Hospital - was damaged in 2015. IBC’s Yemen coordinator, Levent Recep Ozturk, made inspectations by visiting the hospital and observe the deficiencies at the hospital. Within this framework, IBC began for working regarding reconstruction of the annexed building of the hospital.

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