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QFFD, QRCS deliver medical supplies to Sudan eye hospital

QFFD, QRCS deliver medical supplies to Sudan eye hospital

With funding from Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD), Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) has delivered a batch of medical supplies to the Khartoum Teaching Eye Hospital (KTEH) in Sudan

Food aid, medical supplies blocked from Ethiopia's Tigray, UN warns

Food aid, medical supplies blocked from Ethiopia's Tigray, UN warns

Aid agencies are unable to restock food, health and other emergency supplies in Ethiopia's northern Tigray region, where federal troops are fighting with local forces, the United Nations warned on Thursday.

QRCS provides vital medical supplies for Yemen health facilities

QRCS provides vital medical supplies for Yemen health facilities

The Qatar Red Crescent Society (QRCS) continues to support the healthcare sector in Yemen to face the coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

Qatar Airways Cargo transports 50,000,000kg medical supplies, aid relief last month

Qatar Airways Cargo transports 50,000,000kg medical supplies, aid relief last month

Qatar Airways Cargo has increased services around the world, operating freighters and freight-only passenger aircraft to ensure the continuity of global trade and transportation of essential supplies to where they are needed

CID arrests Asian man for selling medical supplies illegally

CID arrests Asian man for selling medical supplies illegally

The Criminal Investigation Department at the General Directorate of Criminal Investigation has arrested a person from an Asian country for selling medical supplies illegally.

Syria lets aid reach Ghouta but blocks medical supplies

Syria lets aid reach Ghouta but blocks medical supplies

The Russian-backed Syrian army has captured more than a third of the Eastern Ghouta in recent days, threatening to slice the last major rebel-held area near the capital in two, despite Western accusations of violating a ceasefire.

Three dead as diphtheria spreads in Yemen

Three dead as diphtheria spreads in Yemen

The WHO also confirmed diphtheria cases had appeared in Yemen, where war and a port and airport blockade has left hospitals struggling to secure basic medical supplies including vaccines.