JEMAH

AcronymDefinition
JEMAHJugendliche und Erwachsene mit Angeborenem Herzfehler (German: Teenagers and Adults with Congenital Heart Defects)
JEMAHJunge Erwachsene mit Angeborenem Herzfehler (German: Young Adults with Congenital Heart Defects; est. 1997)
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He said she asked Dr Jemah for a methadone prescription but he explained that was not appropriate as she had just taken an overdose.
Following a region-wide slowdown in 2015, Jemah said Hill International was "optimistic" about Saudi Arabia, in part thanks to its social and economic reforms.
With 11 years to go until Saudi Arabia reaches 2030 -- the apex of its long-term vision to reduce oil dependency -- Jemah said the "ambitious" gigaprojects supporting this plan will require everyone to "think outside the box".
"We are pleased to be working on two of the four megaprojects that were announced recently -- King Salman Park and the cycling path, which is now called the Sports Boulevard," Jemah told Construction Week in Riyadh.
The cycling track will be called Prince Mohammed bin Salman Road upon completion, Jemah said, while the entire project is dubbed Sports Boulevard.
Adel Jemah, vice-president of Hill International, added: "Growth and demand is ahead of what is available as far as infrastructure like expressways, public transport, railways, schools and hospitals.
Adel Jemah, VP of Hill International described it as a race between growth and demand.
Abdullah Mohammed Al-Qarni, Adel Jemah of Hill International, argued that the state of the city's jammed roads was one that needed addressing.
Adel Jemah, a vice-president at Hill International responsible for the Jabal Omar project, said: "There is obviously a lack of public transportation which is creating a traffic jam.
Adel Jemah, vice president- Saudi Arabia, Hill International