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FM meets UN team
[26 June 2019]
Planning Minister meets UNICEF Representative in Yemen
[26 June 2019]
PM discusses with UNICEF Representative humanitarian programs in Yemen
[26 June 2019]
Two tribal meetings to mark anniversary for Sarkhah in Amran
[25 June 2019]
Saada discusses public mobilization to fronts
[25 June 2019]
 
  Saudi Aggression War against Yemen
Army drone air force targets warplanes airports, military targets at Abha , Jizan airports
[26 June 2019]
Army carries out offensive on mercenaries sites in Najran
[25 June 2019]
8 Saudi-led mercenaries killed, injured in shoot operations in Asir
[25 June 2019]
A citizen killed in Saada by Saudi border guards’ fire
[25 June 2019]
Army attacks Saudi-paid mercenaries sites in Jawf
[25 June 2019]
 
  Reports
_Army drone attacks targets Jizan airport
[10 June 2019]
3 children injured with aggression' artillery in Hodeidah, Saada: Reports
[27 May 2019]
US-Saudi aggression wages residential neighborhoods , vital installations over 24 past hours in Hodeidah: Reports
[27 May 2019]
Aggression forces continue to breach Hodeidah agreement, hit Taiz, Saada over 24 past hours : Reports
[25 May 2019]
Coalition continues to violate cease fire agreement in Hodiedah, to attack provinces: Report
[19 May 2019]
 
  International
Cabinet condemns "century deal", affirms Palestinian people right to regain their usurped land
[26 June 2019]
Iran threatens America ... The crash of the plane can be repeated
[24 June 2019]
Yemen Olympic Committee celebrates World Olympic Day
[23 June 2019]
FM hails UNHCR's efforts towards refugees
[23 June 2019]
Foreign Ministry: The united States has to respect the sovereignty of other nations and stop interfering in their affair
[23 June 2019]
  International
Health Ministry: 92 to 95% of medical devices are out of service in hospitals
[19/May/2019] SANAA, May 19 (Saba) - The Ministry of Public Health and Population Saturday confirmed that 92% to 95% of the devices in hospitals and health centers stopped or became out the period to use, according to the survey conducted by the ministry for hospitals, health centers and units in Yemen at the end of 2018.

The ministry said in a statement obtained by the Yemeni News Agency (Saba), a copy of it that based on the results of the survey was prepared a plan on the needs of equipment and medical equipment and basic medicines to life-saving so as to enable the health sector to provide the minimum health services.

The statement pointed out that a copy of these needs was submitted to the World Health Organization and the rest of the international organizations working in Yemen such as UNICEF, UNFPA, the Red Cross and others after several meetings that included an explanation of the results of the survey and basic needs, but there was no actual response from those organizations, despite the many promises that came from them to the ministry.

The statement said that the crime committed by the Saudi-led aggression coalition last Thursday in a residential neighborhood in the capital Sanaa, which killed dozens of martyrs and wounded others, especially children and women, and the previous crimes in the capital or other provinces contribute to acute the catastrophic health situation in Yemen, especially on the side of medical equipment and lack Essential and lifesaving medicines where many victims lose their lives due to the large shortage of equipment, supplies and medicines in government hospitals.

The statement pointed to the repercussions of the catastrophic health situation in Yemen as a result of the leakage of cadres from government hospitals due to the delay in paying incentives to employees and not to cover all employees with monthly incentives.

The ministry called on the international community, the United Nations and its international organizations and organizations to fulfill their commitments in responding rapidly to the emergency and humanitarian situation and to provide the basic and necessary needs previously provided by the ministry in terms of medical equipment, basic life-saving medicines, health workers' incentives, laboratory solutions and rehabilitation of the health sector.

In its statement, the Ministry of Health called on the international community and international organizations working in Yemen to shoulder their legal and moral responsibility for any disregard or delay of its legitimate humanitarian demands.
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UPDATED ON : Wed, 26 Jun 2019 09:15:29 +0300