RIYADH: A health association in northern Saudi Arabia has raised nearly SR600,000 to help pay for operations for those who could not afford them.
The association in Talaat al-Temyat partnered with the Health Endowment Fund through the charitable treatment platform “Shefa” to sponsor the procedures.
The money paid for 25 people to have a range of operations including cesarean sections, eye surgery, heart surgery and surgery for a tumor.
The “Shefa” treatment platform is one of the Health Endowment Fund initiatives that supports patients unable to afford treatements
The initiative provided procedures open to any nationalities in the northern region of Saudi Arabia. Beneficiaries were citizens, residents, and individuals with visit visas.
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