UAE builds residential units in Socotra and Hadramout
The United Arab Emirates continue to implement humanitarian and charitable projects in Yemen through its humanitarian arm, the Red Crescent and the Khalifa Foundation for Humanitarian Aid, in the framework of its efforts to meet the immediate needs of the Yemeni people and improve living conditions in the liberated areas the organization made 607 housing units in the Hadramout valley and coast for those affected by the floods and hurricanes that hit the province, along with infrastructure services from roads, solar energy water, and electricity grid and sewage.
In addition to the huge projects adopted by the UAE in Yemen, the reconstruction of areas affected by the cyclones that hit the province of Socotra archipelago where the UAE launched the project “Madinat Zayed” on the island of Socotra, which includes 220 housing units, funded by the
UAE Red Crescent.
“This project comes within the framework of the agreement signed with the local authority in Socotra for the reconstruction of the damage caused to the archipelago islands, as well as for the development of the province,
especially related to service sectors that concern the life of the citizen,” said Assistant Secretary General of the UAE Red Crescent Youssef Al Fahim.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and the Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, with his own expense will build the largest mosque in the south, as well as the construction of 500 housing units for the families of martyrs of the southern resistance.