Medicines and medical supplies for Syrian refugees from Saudi Arabia

Medicines and medical supplies for Syrian refugees from Saudi Arabiaimage

10 Jun 2015

Saudi Arabian national campaign to support the Syrian people, signed a contract to supply a new batch of medicines and medical supplies diverse, which are necessary for the continuation of specialized Saudi Arabia’s clinics in Zaatari camp, to provide medical and health care services to the residents of the camp, where more than 83 thousand refugees from Syria live.


Regional Director of the Saudi National Campaign to support the Syrians, Dr. Badr bin Abdul Rahman Al Samhan had explained that the guidance of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, and under the direct supervision of His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Nayef bin Abdul Aziz, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Council of Ministers and Minister of the Interior, which includs medical interest because of its impact on various aspects of the lives of the Syrians, and in this regard the Saudi national campaign have signed a contract for the twelfth supply of medicines and medical supplies for camp clinics installment at a total cost of more than (120) thousand riyals.


Samhan said that “The programs of Saudi National Campaign to support the Syrians continues, especially with respect to the medical side, because of its great importance in maintaining the health of Syrian refugees in asylum environment which is often an incubator for diseases, epidemics, and special care needs, the campaign implemented in this side a number of programs that benefit the Syrian refugees such as (the growth of the health and safety) program, which aims to secure about 20,000 bomb of material health milk for babies in the Zaatari refugee camp, and the ” life accessories” program to ensure (1341) natural birth and caesarean section process to the Syrian women in Lebanon and Jordan.


In addition to that there is the “My brother your health interest me,” program, where the clinics offers vaccines and vaccinations against epidemic and infectious diseases and it’s free of charge.