ERC and Siemens Signed MoU for Supporting Health Sector in Yemen
The Emirates Red Crescent (ERC) and Siemens International endorsed a Memorandum of Understating (MoU), in order to assist the health sector in Yemen. The undertaking of the MoU forms a part of the ERC’s plan of action to boost its humanitarian assistance all over the world and draw the attention of large organization and institutions to humanitarian matters that are making people worried. It also wants to emphasize its role in allaying the sufferings of human. As per the MoU, Siemens would be backing the ERC’s philanthropic and development drive, especially in the sector of health, and will finance the setting up of a medical clinic and furnish the clinic with the necessary medical equipment. The MoU was endorsed by Deputy Secretary-General for Marketing and Donations Collection Sector at the ERC, Hamoud Abdullah Mohammed Al Junaibi and Middle East Chief Executive Officer of
Siemens International, Dietmar Searsdorfer, in the presence of Secretary-General of the ERC, Dr. Mohammed Ateeq Al Falahi, and CEO of Siemens International, Joe Kerz.
After the signing of the MoU, both parties debated on the rebuilding of the medical sector in Yemen, backing the ERC’s continuous consistent attempts, and working together to facilitate the suffering of humans in Yemen while emphasizing their conviction to endorse mutual action that might back their attempts to grant the basic healthcare services for the affected people.
Dr. Al Falahi underlined that the health projects taken up by the ERC in Yemen mirrors the eagerness of the UAE and also their wise leadership to back the growth efforts in the nation while pointing that the ERCs projects are drawing the attention of His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler’s Representative in Al Dhafra Region and Chairman of the ERC. Dr. Falahi stated that MoU is going to exhibit the ERC’s charitable and development attempts in Yemen. It would also carry forward the humanitarian cooperation with crucial companies. He added that the MoU would make progress towards a new era in the ERC’s history of humanitarian and development drives.