Within the context of the project to save life in health emergencies for conflict-affected communities in Marib, funded by the World Health Organization (WHO), and under the auspices of the governorate's Public Health and Population Office, HUMAN ACCESS concluded yesterday, Tuesday, in Marib governorate, a training program for medical personnel in the field of diagnosis, treatment and lifesaving health services.

The 12-day program qualified 90 medical trainees working in health facilities in 3 districts with skills and knowledge related to diagnosing, treating and evaluating medical conditions.