The National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response (NFDHR) recently launched their Emergency Health Services Project, which will be implemented in the Al Jawf, Ibb, Amran and Sana’a governorates over the next 10 months.
The activities of the project include provision of medical services through the activation of 12 health facilities in the districts of Al Maton, As-Sayyani, Kharif, and Bani Matar. The project aims to provide free medical services to 80,000 beneficiaries in the targeted districts.
NFDHR and its implementing partners, which consist of four civil society organizations, will carry out monthly visits to follow-up and evaluate the functioning of the health centers and measure the satisfaction of the beneficiaries with the quality of the medical services provided.
The four implementing partners selected are: (1) the Sawaed Humanitarian Response Foundation, which will work in the Bani Matar district in Sana'a; (2) the Mozn Foundation for Social Development, which will work in Kharif in the Amran governorate, (3) the Yemen Alkhair Foundation, which will work in the Al- Maton district in Al- Al Jawf; and (4) the Mobadron Foundation for Community Development, which work in As Sayyani in the Ibb governorate.