KSrelief Implements 4 Volunteer Medical Projects in Pakistan

Thu May 23 2024
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ISLAMABAD: The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has implemented four medical projects to combat blindness and other eye-related diseases in Pakistan, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Wednesday.

The project was part of the Saudi Noor Volunteer Program.

The programs were implemented in the cities of Karachi, Kandiaro, Sukkur, and Kharan from April 15 to May 12.

The medical team examined 18,056 individuals, provided 3,816 corrective eyeglasses, distributed medications and treatments for eye diseases, and performed 1,633 specialized surgeries.

The program comes as part of the efforts provided by the Kingdom through its humanitarian wing, KSrelief, to support the medical sector and help patients suffering from eye diseases in friendly countries.

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