70 Saudi women paramedics volunteered to serve the Pilgrims in Mecca


 

{jcomments on}Saudi Women paramedics have volunteered at the Red Crescent to help at the Pilgrimage sites

70 Saudi Women paramedics have volunteered at the Red Crescent to help at the Pilgrimage sites this year.

The Director of the Volunteers Committee for Pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia, Mr. Saqr bin Manna Alsalme told the press that the women who volunteered to help pilgrims at Haram al-Sharif are skilled paramedics; they volunteered to serve the pilgrims and to provide them with better health and ambulatory services inside the Haram al-Sharif.

 

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