Training of medical personnel on emergency and life-saving health services in Marib
Within the framework of the project to save life in cases of health emergencies for conflict-affected communities in Marib Governorate, HUMAN ACCESS, funded by World Health Organization (WHO) and supervised by the Public Health and Population Office in the governorate, launched two training courses in the areas of emergency and life-saving health services.
The purpose of the training is to qualify 124 medical personnel working in a number of hospitals and health facilities in Marib Governorate. The first course targets 34 male and female health workers in the emergency departments of Marib General Hospital and Kara Hospital in the fields of: basic injury resuscitation, mass casualty management, and various lifesaving skills.
The second course targets 90 male and female health workers in health facilities in the districts of Marib city, Al Wadi, and Harib, in the fields of: diagnosis, treatment, and evaluation of diseased cases.
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