Yemen :Fuel Crisis hits the country

Fuel Crisis hits the country

The humanitarian crisis in Yemen has been exacerbated by a fuel crisis that has driven motorists to queue for days at some petrol stations indefinitely.
The new crisis is only one of many problems caused by the houthi war.

Fuel is needed not only for cars, but for water pumps and generators in hospitals, and for transporting goods across the country, where millions are on the brink of starvation.

Nashwan Khalid, standing two days in line waiting for his turnto obtain gasoline in Sana’a, he said that the crisis had affected all members of the Yemeni people. A large number of petrol stations in the Houthi-controlled capital of Sanaa have been forced to shut down. Nashwan said “it just stopped my job and stopped my life”

Gasoline is sold on the black market about three times the official price. Drivers can stand two or three days waiting for their turn. “Fuel shortages in Yemen are exacerbating the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the country and leading to unacceptable levels of suffering,” said Sultana Begum, representative of the Norwegian Refugee Council.

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Yemen’s Foreign Minister : UN must oblige Houthis to implement Stockholm agreement

Houthi leader Yahya Muhammad Nasser Fadil, the recruiting official in the Naham front, along with dozens of Houthi militias’ elements

Yemeni Foreign Minister Mohammed Abdullah al-Hadrami on Saturday called on the UN Security Council to “force the Houthis to implement the Stockholm agreement by withdrawing from the city and ports of Hodeidah and implementing the agreement to release prisoners and lift the siege on the city of Taiz.”

He expressed Yemen’s appreciation for the support of the brothers in the Saudi-led coalition, stressing that Yemen was able to “restrain the sacrifices of the resistance and support our brothers to rein in the madness of the Houthi militias that have destroyed everything beautiful in Yemen,” according to the Yemeni news agency “Saba” of the Yemeni government in Aden. .

He stressed that “Iran and its military arms in our Arab region, including the Houthis and Hezbollah, pose a serious threat to national security,” pointing out that “Iran has caused great damage to Yemen and the Arabian Peninsula,” condemning the attacks on Saudi Aramco facilities in Abqaiq and Khurais.

The Yemeni foreign minister also praised the roleof UAE and donor friends and brothers who stood with Yemen in a time of hardship and helped alleviate the burden of the humanitarian crisis by supporting humanitarian response plans or providing direct assistance.

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United Nations: Yemen is the poorest country in the world

Yemen is the poorest country in the world

According to the Yemen War Impact Assessment report, since the Houthi coup, the war has increased poverty in Yemen from 47 percent of the population to 75 percent, according to forecasts by the end of 2019.If fighting continues until 2022, Yemen will be classified as the poorest country in theworld. where seventy-nine percent of the population lives below the poverty line, sixty-five percent are classified as very poor.

“UNDP has worked with the support of international partners and as part of a broader United Nations intervention, focusing on helping Yemenis sustain businesses and enterprises, in order to maintain the infrastructure needed to recover when they are in place, said Achim Steiner, UNDP Administrator. Peace comes.

If the war continues in Yemen, the proportion of the population living in extreme poverty will triple, and will rise from 19 percent in 2014 to 65 percent in 2022, the report said. Yemen by 2022 is the most poor country in the world.

The report, launched at a parallel event at the UN General Assembly, co-hosted by Germany and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) to identifies spikes in malnutrition throughout Yemen. Twenty-five percent of the population was malnourished, but the report estimates that this figure is now approaching thirty-six percent, and could reach about fifty percent if fighting continue until 2022.

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Princess Rima bint Bandar: Saudi Arabia has fulfilled its commitments to Yemen

Saudi Arabia has fulfilled its commitments to Yemen

Saudi Ambassador to Washington Princess Rima bint Bandar bin Sultan announced that the Kingdom has fulfilled its obligations towards Yemen and will continue in this regard.

“Saudi Arabia has fulfilled its pledge and provided $ 500 million to the UN program at the Yemen donors’ conference,” she added in a tweet on her Twitter account.”We will continue to work with our partners to ensure that the humanitarian needs of our Yemeni neighbours are met.”

Saudi aid to Yemen from May 2015 to the end of 2018 totaled $ 14.5 billion, according to the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center.

According to a report issued by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), Saudi Arabia has been at the forefront of donors for humanitarian action in Yemen alongside with UAE

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UAE fights terrorism in Yemen

UAE fights

A British researcher praised the efforts of the Transitional Council in combating terrorism in Yemen with the support of the UAE, pointing out that al-Qaeda has benefited from the corruption of the regime in marketing itself in the country.

“There is a relationship between the government and terrorism, and there are beneficiaries of the continuation of war and terrorism,” Elizabeth Kandle, a researcher at Oxford University, said in a seminar on terrorism at UN headquarters in Geneva.

Kandel spoke of her experience in Hadramout, which she visited during al-Qaeda’s control of the coast of Hadramaut in southern Yemen, and how “terrorist organizations have exploited the corruption of the country’s governance system to market itself and control it by providing services to people in those areas.”

She also praised the efforts of the Transitional Council and the Southern Resistance in the fight against terrorism, supported by the United Arab Emirates, but warned of the danger of terrorist organizations using children and women.

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Germany to donate extra 10 million euros to Yemen

Germany to donate extra 10 million euros

The German government has decided to increase its humanitarian assistance to Yemen by 10 million euros.

To help improve the situation in the country and help the Yemenis to face all the crisis they have to face and manage,
In fields such as : education healthcare and hygiene.

The German Foreign Ministry announced on Thursdaythat the total German aid to Yemen this year will reach 130 million euros instead of 120 million.
The official declaration was made after a meeting on the Yemen conflict on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York, which was attended by the German Foreign Minister Heiko Mas.The war in Yemen has caused the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.

An agreement nine months ago in Stockholm to pave the way for a peace process has failed to improve the situation so far.

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KSA lifts up the ban on importing Yemeni agricultural products

Yemeni agricultural products

After imposing a ban on yemen’s agricultural products the KSA General Authority for Food announced that : “It was agreed with the Yemeni Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation to facilitate the mechanism of receiving shipments and food products from the Republic of Yemen, and to enhance the opportunities of cooperation between the two countries in the field of food,” .

In a new development that will lead to a slight improvement in Yemen’s economy, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia announced through the Food and Drug Authority, today, the lifting of the ban on the import of Yemeni fresh pomegranate fruits, and to start receiving the first batch of, Thursday, according to the agreed procedures. Forth with the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation.

The lifting of the ban comes after the Yemeni exporters and farmers met the requirements of the authority.

The Yemeni Ambassador to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Dr.Sha’i Al-Zindani, met with the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, today, the CEO of the Saudi Food Authority, Dr. Hisham Al-Jada’i, to start receiving the first payment starting today as per the agreed procedures.

It is worth mentioning that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has imposed a temporary ban on the import of fresh fruits from the Republic of Yemen after it was proved that the residues of pesticides exceeded the limitinternationally agreed on.

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KSA Program for Reconstruction of Yemen exposed in the UN General Assembly

General Assembly

The Saudi Program for the Development and Reconstruction of Yemen participated on the sidelines of the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly, under the chairmanship of the Program Supervisor, Ambassador Mohammed Al Jaber

The participation of the Saudi Program for the Development and Reconstruction of Yemen included the holding of an exhibition at the United Nations Headquarters in New York to introduce the program and its development efforts in Yemen.

The delegation of the participating program gave a presentation to visitors on the development and reconstruction projects in Yemen to many political and diplomatic figures and representatives of international missions in the United Nations General Assembly, and to a number of television channels and media.

The exhibition used virtual reality technology (VR), which presented visual and live materials for the program projects in the Yemeni governorates, which supported seven vital sectors in Yemen: health sector, education sector, electricity and energy sector, agriculture and fisheries sector, water sector, and road sector. Ports, airports, and government buildings.

The exhibition includes videos from Emaar Yemen projects, a group of pictures of children benefiting from the education sector, as well as pictures of beneficiaries in all age groups of the program development projects, which have had a positive impact on the livelihood of Yemeni citizens, and contributed to the strengthening of the Yemeni economy and employment of the Yemeni labor force. Directly and indirectly

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Yemen announces huge development projects

Yemen announces huge development projects

Yemen’s Minister of Local Administration, Abdul Raqeeb Fateh, announced yesterday the implementation of a number of development projects at a total cost of $ 75.5 million with the support of the European Union.

“The program will strengthen the local governance system through providing a range of services, developing social and economic recovery, and supporting local authorities’ development projects,” he said during the inauguration of the Resilience and Local Governance Project Conference in Amman, Jordan.

He stressed, according to the Yemeni News Agency, the need for concerted international efforts in providing more support to Yemen and support the efforts of the government in providing services to all citizens in all provinces of the country.

He stressed that his government is working hard to ensure the enhancement of stability and coordination with donors to implement development projects that contribute to alleviate the unemployment situation and attract jobs and provide all services related to daily life.

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UNICEF: Millions of Yemeni children deprived of education

Millions of Yemeni children deprived of education

Two million children are out of school, including half a million who have dropped out of school since the houthis started the war in Yemen, while the education of another 3.7 million children is at stake, the UN agency said in a statement.

“With the start of the new school year amid ongoing violence in Yemen, 2 million children are out of school, including nearly half a million who have dropped out of school since the escalation of the conflict in March 2015,”

“The education of another 3.7 million children is at stake, where teachers’ salaries have not been paid for more than two years,” the statement said.

“Conflict, delayed development and poverty have deprived millions of children in Yemen of their right to education and their hope for a better future,” said UNICEF Representative in Yemen Sara BesloNiyanti.

“Violence, displacement and attacks on schools prevent many children from reaching school.”

“Thirty years after the ratification of the Convention on the Rights of the Child, it is unacceptable that education and other fundamental rights of the child are out of reach for children in Yemen, all because of man-made factors,” she said.

“As teachers’ salaries have not been paid for more than two years, the quality of education is also at stake.”

“The current conflict in Yemen has escalated for more than four years and has devastated the country’s already fragile education system. One in five schools in Yemen can no longer be used as a direct result of the conflict.”

The organization stressed the cessation of attacks on educational facilities to protect children and teachers.

She also stressed that education authorities across Yemen should work together and find an immediate solution to provide salaries to all teachers and education personnel so that children can continue their education.

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