South Korea gives Yemen modern medical equipment [Archives:2005/837/Local News]

April 28 2005

The Al-Jamhori Hospital in Sana'a has received modern equipment worth one million dollars from South Korea as a gift. The hospital's director Dr. Nabeel Dhabaan said the gift was allocated for the hospital by the ministry of the planning and international cooperation. Dhabaan said the state-of-the-art equipment include apparatuses for the

intensive care and operation rooms. He said the equipment would help enhance performance of the hospital. He made clear that a new USD-400,000-dollar

burns treatment section would be opened in the hospital during the ceremonies marking the 15th anniversary of the Yemeni reunification.

American students said attending “unofficial”” religious schools in Yemen

The committee in-charge of surveying religious institutions