Saudi Arabia’s KSRelief Team Discusses on Yemen Livelihood Project
The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief) team in Aden met to confer the advancement of KSRelief-financed Livelihood Improvement Project being enforced in Yemen, and offered its recommendations.
Hadi Ahmed Bajaber, the project manager, discussed about the project’s success, accomplishments as well as the difficulties, citing that “the team is working to bolster the current project.
He showed appreciation to KSRelief and also to the Kingdom for standing by the side of the Yemeni people.
The project intends to offer job opportunities and upgrade infrastructure in selected governorates across the nation
Fahmi bin Mansour, executive director of Al-Khair Coalition for Humanitarian Relief emphasized on the significance of this project to directed communities, pointing out that 76% of the project has been completed successfully.
The project, which has been put into action in five provinces, intends to assist the society’s pliability and back early economic recovery. As many as 2,501,897 Yemenis were profited from medical services furnished by the KSRelief in 2018, according to the Saudi Press Agency.