The South Transitional Council, through its representative in Geneva, Advisor Abdul-Rahman Al-Musibli, met on Wednesday with Dr Raman Fleidhan, Director of the General Directorate for the Control of Tropical Diseases of the World Health Organization, and Dr. Gabriel Francis, the official of the organization for Yemen, in which the two sides discussed the deteriorating health conditions in the south.
Al-Musibli previewed in the meeting the deteriorating situation of health conditions and the spread of epidemics of cholera, dengue fever and typhoid, which has taken hundreds of citizens lives, especially children.
The representative of the Transitional Council noted the officials of the World Organization to the growing concern among citizens for the expansion and the spread of these epidemics by the summer that helps them to irritate through its climate.
Al-Musibli called on the World Health Organization to have a joint plan to contain these epidemics and ensure the availability of medicines and medical supplies for them to be reduced.
The two sides agreed on a joint coordination, which would intensify the efforts of the medical field teams and provide hospitals and health centers with intravenous and infective analyzes and immunization campaigns, as well as health awareness campaigns for citizens.