In a remarkable humanitarian effort, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is set to perform a groundbreaking surgery on two conjoined Nigerian twins, Hassana and Husaina.
Born to Hassan Isa from Kano State, these sisters are joined at the chest and share vital organs.
Their journey to Saudi Arabia for separation surgery is nothing short of extraordinary.
This life-changing endeavor has been made possible by the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSARelief), which is committed to supporting those in need, regardless of their nationality or background.
The dedication of Saudi Arabia to humanitarian causes shines through this initiative, reflecting the nation’s commitment to global well-being.
The medical procedure to separate Hassana and Husaina is undoubtedly intricate and challenging.
This operation will take place at the prestigious King Abdulaziz Medical City in Riyadh, showcasing the world-class healthcare facilities available in Saudi Arabia.
The twins’ family will receive accommodation in Riyadh and a dedicated support system to ensure their comfort and assistance throughout this remarkable journey.
Saudi Arabia’s commitment to medical excellence is further exemplified by its unique Saudi Conjoined Twins Programme.
Since its inception in 1990, this program has successfully separated 59 sets of conjoined twins referred from 24 countries.
It highlights the Kingdom’s dedication to providing healthcare support to nations in need.