RIYADH: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center’s (KSRelief) humanitarian activities in Yemen continue with medical outreach activities in areas of the conflict-ridden country.

In Hajjah governorate, KSRelief’s mobile clinics have attended to 1,012 individuals with various health conditions during the week ending Aug. 23, and provided 506 patients with medications, state news agency SPA reported.

Saudi Arabia’s relief agency also provided medical care to 9,849 patients from in Al-Khawkhah district of Al-Hodeidah governorate, with 3,508 of them given medications.

KSRelief’s activities in Yemen – through 724 projects involving food security, health, humanitarian and emergency relief coordination and water, sanitation and hygiene, among others – has seen the Kingdom pour over $4.11 billion in resources there.

KSRelief, together with the Arsal Medical Center in Lebanon’s Baalbek governorate, meanwhile last month provided medical services to 7,947 Syrian refugees, including specialized treatments.