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Flaccid paralysis monitor

To achieve its permanent program in training and development, “Al-Ameen” for humanitarian support, in cooperation with the early warning network team, held a training course about Flaccid paralysis monitor, in the city of “Al-Bab” in the northern countryside of Aleppo.

The early warning network team visited Al-Ameen’s medical center in Al-Bab on April 5, and conducted a training course on Flaccid paralysis monitor for 20 trainees from doctors, nurses, pharmacists and community health workers which working in this center.

The aim of the training is to investigate cases of Flaccid paralysis within children and limit its spread through vaccination campaigns and early detection and reporting of these cases, and identifying the concept of “golden time” for discovering and reporting disease cases and referring the patient for treatment, which must be within a period of 6 Months.

The methods of spread and infection of this disease were defined, its seriousness was defined, and similar cases were defined among other diseases, and the trainers emphasized that any case that is observed includes a symptom of this disease, it must be considered as acute flaccid paralysis until proven otherwise.

 

 
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New prosthetics center

New prosthetics center .. Due to the ongoing humanitarian crisis in Yemen, which caused by the raging conflict for 8 years, the number of Yemenis injured with various injuries as a result of mines planted by the Houthi coup militia, which resulted in many cases of amputation, as the number of disabilities, according to the international committee of the red cross, reached more than 2.2 million cases across Yemen, and based on the strategy of “KS Relief” – the health sector in the republic of Yemen – by supporting and financing prosthetics projects throughout Yemen, through the localization and improvement of prosthetics services and rehabilitation and assisting people with special needs with their involvement in social life and maintaining the continuation of their performance within society, and raising the capabilities of the workers at the prosthetics center with the latest medical sciences and modern technologies, a project for preparing and operating the new prosthetics center in “Aden” governorate (phase three) was launched today, in coordination with the ministries of planning, international cooperation and public health, in addition to the health office in Aden governorate and the governorate office for martyrs and wounded affairs.

This was done under the patronage of Dr. “Qassem Muhammad Baheebh” the minister of public health and population, and in the presence of Dr. “Ali Abdullah Saleh” the director of the public health and population office in the governorate of Aden, and Mr. “Alawi Al-Nuba” the deputy of Aden region for the affairs of the martyrs and the wounded, after the end of the rehabilitation phase restoration of the designated building and supplying it with modern equipment and supplies for the prosthetics workshop, in addition to physical therapy and rehabilitation devices for amputation patients.

The new prosthetics center has been inaugurated through the implementing partner “Al-Ameen” for humanitarian support. In its third phase in 2021, the project targets approximately 1400 beneficiaries, and the production capacity will reach the manufacture and installation of 300 prosthetics, in addition to providing maintenance and technical rehabilitation services for 150 prosthetics and 950 beneficiaries of physical therapy and rehabilitation services for amputation patients.

It is worth noting that the new center for prosthetics in Aden is the fourth qualitative center that has been activated after the “Saioun” center in “Hadramout” governorate in Yemen, where “KS Relief” contributes to supporting and operating four industrial limb centers in the governorates of Aden, Maareb, Taiz and Hadramout, to ensure the provision of health care and care for people with special needs and amputation patients, with budgets exceeding 10 million dollars.

As the number of beneficiaries of prosthetics projects throughout Yemen, fully funded by “KS Relief” in 2020, more than 13,000 beneficiaries received high-quality, free and integrated health services in the prosthetics centers, which were distributed over manufacturing, installation, technical rehabilitation, maintenance services, physiotherapy and rehabilitation of amputation patients. More than 1630 modern prosthetics have been installed in prosthetics centers throughout Yemen, and these projects have provided job opportunities for more than 160 Yemeni administrative and technical personnel.

 

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Accounting Training – Sudan

According to the importance of one of the training assignments, within free the  Youth Support Initiative in Sudan, an Support by Al-Ameen for Humanitarian Support , accounting and financial training was conducted at a high level. Focusing on the importance of financial operations recording related to the business, and economic events recording, knowing the appropriate methods to analyze the financial operations, and classifying them in the business plan.

The trainees were able to make a comprehensive budget for medium-sized unrealistic companies, then a distinction was made between the types of financial reports and how to use them.

They used international accounting standards according to IRFS lists.

 

 

 
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Abdulrahman’s hope of walking

After months of suffering, Abdulrahman, 28 years old, visited the artificial limbs centre in Taiz, to help him overcome the injury he had after an explosion. Our medical staff responded promptly as they began with taking the right measurements to design and place the limb, and Abdulrahman managed to walk again!

He says: ‘ I’m happy to be able to walk again, now my life becomes easier with this artificial limb and I can continue my life normally ’.

The artificial limbs center, which is supported by KSRelief, provides various services to the patients and helps them to regain hope in their lives.

 

 

 

 

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Sharran Medical Center services

Our team in Sharran medical centre continues to provide the required medical care and services to the patients and beneficiaries, through the various departments and clinics, as the total number of services reached 6908 services provided to 3340. Moreover, the mobile clinic team is also working relentlessly to reach the beneficiaries who can’t visit the centre in person, as they’ve provided 3006 service to 1474 patients in and around #Sharran. Main services were focused on pregnancy monitoring, in addition to joint pain among other diseases and cases.

 

 

 
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Child Mohamed required intensive physical rehabilitation sessions

The medical team worked at the Taiz Center for Industrial Prosthetics on a strong follow-up to the situation of the child ′′ Mohamed ′′ over two full months, to help him rise again, as his case required intensive physical rehabilitation sessions at a rate of 3 sessions a day. It took a joint effort from the medical team and the family of the child to support him and encourage him to reach the desired result, and once it’s been two weeks until Mohamed’s situation started to gradually improve to try to get himself up and walk. This is what came true after a long time.

The medical staff is doing their utmost to provide assistance to the auditors, aims to reach the largest possible portion of them, with a view to helping them return to their normal life by providing various medical services, whether it be through installation of prosthetic limbs, physical therapy, etc. It is one of the many services at Taiz center

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Shuiya suffers from acute kidney failure

After fleeing her home town, “Shuiya” finally settled in Al-Ghaydah city, as she arrived, she started feeling pain in her kidneys, few days later she was diagnosed with severe kidney failure and she was told that she needs a kidney plant, but this wasn’t possible due to her financial hardships. Afterwards, she started attending dialysis sessions in Al-Ghaydah centre for two times a week, now she’s looking forward to continue her life.  “Shuiya” is one of 35 patients receiving continuous treatment at the centre which provides it’s services to IDPs who form 83% of the total beneficiaries. In November, the centre provided 351 dialysis sessions along with providing 778 medicines and performing 450 tests.

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A child, Aghyad Al-Hourani, suffers from chest pain

For several months, Aghyad had suffered from dry coughing and chest pain, he visited our medical centre in the town of Ersal as the doctor diagnosed the case as chronic inflammation, and described the required medication, moreover, she requested that Aghyad should follow a healthy diet. Today, and during his third visit, Aghyad has came a long way towards recovery, the doctor emphasized that he should still follow the healthy diet to reach full recovery in the upcoming days

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Opening of the psychological support clinic on breast cancer in Marib

In coordination with Maarib hospital committee, IRVD has yesterday launched a psychological support centre in Maarib city, Yemen, and announced the start of a comprehensive awareness program on breast cancer that includes conducting free-of-charge medical examining and testing, as well as conducting surgeries and operations for free.

The program aims at conducting lectures and seminars in educational institutions such as schools and universities in addition to IDP camps, and its main focus is to provide as many free tests as possible for the suspected cases, and to follow-up and treat the confirmed cases and perform surgeries when needed. Also, the program will include distributing brochures and posters to raise public awareness on the topic and to explain the significance of early examining and testing, and many other detailed information on breast cancer. The program comes under the IRVD initiatives to help the victims of the ongoing conflict in Yemen.

Abdulaziz Al-Shaddadi, the general manager of the health bureau has expressed his gratitude to IRVD and the general committee of Maarib hospital, stating that the bureau is aiming at developing this centre to become a fully-functioning mental health hospital in the future, and he emphasized the importance of the awareness campaign on breast cancer.

 

Mohammad Al-Mouawadi, the province deputy said that many of the victims of the conflict are going through very difficult times psychologically and they are in immense need for support, especially in the province of Maarib where more than 3 million IDP live along with the many injured and affected people, bearing in mind the already very difficult economic situation that the families and IDPs are experiencing.