KSrelief has launched a pediatric open-heart surgeries volunteer program in Tanzania
In a remarkable display of humanitarian efforts, the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has recently initiated the Volunteer Program for Pediatric Open-Heart Surgeries in the vibrant city of Dar es Salaam, located in the United Republic of Tanzania. The highly anticipated program, scheduled to run from September 4th to September 15th, is set to be a remarkable event with the involvement of a dedicated group of 25 volunteers, both male and female.
The volunteer medical team from KSrelief has diligently examined a total of 35 individuals, meticulously assessing their conditions to identify those in need of life-saving open-heart surgeries.
In a commendable effort to assist individuals and families with limited income across various nations, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, through its humanitarian arm KSrelief, has expanded its voluntary medical projects. This program serves as an extension of the existing initiatives provided by the Kingdom, aiming to provide much-needed healthcare support to those in need.