Five years ago, Sai’d was having a normal day at a public hospital where he worked, until the hospital was bombed which caused him a severe injury that led to the imputation of his both legs, since then he was trying to walk again, his suffering continued until he visited the artificial limbs centre supported by KSRelief in Taiz, Yemen as our medical staff provided him with the required limbs and began a rehabilitation plan, and admired the will of Sai’d who’s 70 years old but has never gave up on the hope of walking again. Now, the medical team expects him to begin walking normally very soon once the recovery program is accomplished.
Life as a refugee feels very frustrating for Ahmad Qaddur, as the “only 2 options I have is to stay in the camp tent with my six children or to work hard for very long hours without being paid properly, and for someone who’s 50 years-old now like me, this is very, very difficult”.
Ahmad used those words as he described the hard living circumstances he and his family are going through during a visit to Al-Amal medical centre ran by #KSRelief in #Ersal city, he expressed how difficult the days are while being medically tested for any possible diseases, aches, or pain. After the tests were performed, the doctors told Ahmad that he suffers from high Arterial pressure, and gave him several advices including walking for 20 minutes a day and to stop smoking. After following the doctors instructions and advice, Ahmad is now completely cured from Arterial pressure, and will continue to lead a normal life but with more healthy habits.