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KSrelief Launches Sudan Voluntary Medical Project to treat Blindness

KSrelief Launches Sudan Voluntary Medical Project to treat Blindness

In collaboration with the Al-Basar International Foundation, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) launched a free medical project in Nyala, Sudan, to combat blindness and its causes.

According to the Saudi Press Agency, KSrelief’s volunteer medical team has examined 2,500 cases, conducted 270 surgeries, and gave out 950 eyeglasses.

This campaign, according to SPA, is an extension of the center’s anti-blindness projects, which target low-income families in multiple countries.

Source: Medriva

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