UAE supports health and energy sectors in Hadramout and Lahj

October 29, 2019

On the Yemeni port of Mukalla, the UAE vessel is the fourth of its kind to reach in two months, carrying 13,000 metric tons of various oil derivatives provided by the United Arab Emirates in support of the electricity sector in Hadhramaut governorate.

Eng. Mohammed Al Amoudi, Undersecretary of the Hadramout Governorate for Technical Affairs, who received the ship, thanked the UAE leadership, government and people for their fraternal stand by the Yemeni people in their ordeal and praised the UAE’s efforts on the Yemeni arena.

Al Amoudi stressed that this oil support will enhance the electric power in the province by increasing the operational capacity of the gas stations, and thanked the humanitarian arm of the UAE Red Crescent Authority for its humanitarian efforts to normalize life in the city and the implementation of infrastructure projects.

For his part, Humaid Al Shamsi, representative of the UAE Red Crescent Authority in Hadramout, said that this ship comes in support of the electricity sector in Hadramout to ensure that the electricity is not interrupted and normalize the lives of its residents under the guidance of the wise leadership of the UAE.
On the other hand, the UAE continued to support the Yemeni health sector as part of its emergency response campaign in the liberated Yemeni governorates. In this regard, the UAE Red Crescent Authority sent a field medical team with medicines for diphtheria to Al-Hadaf in Al-Hadj governorate, in response to a call by the directorate to save its children from the disease that spread in a number of villages.

The field medical team was briefed on the health situation in the directorate and handed over a quantity of medicines to the general hospital. Healthy work out.

The local authority and the health office in Al Hidd Directorate appreciated the UAE’s support, represented by its humanitarian arm, the UAE Red Crescent, and the speed of its response within 48 hours of the call launched by the health office regarding the diphtheria epidemic.

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