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launched the project “Nutritional clinics for displaced and damaged people “ in Aden and Lahj, funded by World Health Organization (WHO).

Field Medical Foundation (FMF) launched the project “Nutritional clinics for displaced and damaged people “ in Aden and Lahj, funded by World Health Organization (WHO). Director of Health Office in Aden, Dr. Alkhader Nasser was there with director of Health Office in Lahj, Dr. Omer Zain and representative of the World Health Organization, Dr. Eman Awadh.
Dr. Alkhader Nasser talked about the importance of the project mentioning that it is needed to deliver health care to people who cannot reach hospitals and health centers.

While Dr. Eman Awad praised the effort of (FMF) and  encouraging to give even more effort to serve people who suffer daily.
Dr. Rana Baamer, coordinator of the project, stated that the clinics would give health services to children underneath 5 years old and give health education to nursing mothers and pregnant women.  Confirming that target number is 23000.
Attended the launching ceremony Dr.Latifa Mohammed Abbas  , coordinator of nutrition program in WHO Office , Dr. Shaden Yousef , nutrition project manager  funded by the UNICEF , and a number of mothers and children .

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