UAE launches a back to school campaign on the west coast of Yemen

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The UAE continues to support the Yemeni service sectors, including the education sector. The UAE Red Crescent Authority, on Sunday, launched a back to school campaign on the west coast of Yemen.

The campaign included the opening and furnishing of  16 schools and the distribution of school bags for the students, for the entire 16 schools destroyed by the war waged by the Houthi terrorist militia against the Yemeni people.

The campaign, which was inaugurated by the Directorate of Mukha in Taiz governorate under the slogan “My school .. my future”, also includes a full furnishing of schools that the Authority restored and opened earlier, 36 schools, in addition to the distribution of the integrated school bags to the students of the schools of the directorates of Bab al-Mandab, distributor, waziya and Mokha Taiz governorate, and the directorates of Khokha, Hays, Tahita and Duraimi in Hodeidah province.

A campaign of abductions to hide the Houthi division

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Ibrahim Badr al-Din al-Houthi was killed more than a week ago in circumstances where the Iranian-backed al-Houthi terrorist militias have not disclosed, but have  launchedsince then a large-scale kidnappings of Yemeni civilians,  even women, under the pretext of searching for the murderer.

The Houthi kidnapping campaign continues in Sana’a and Ibb governorate, as well as the districts that are still under the control of terrorist militias in Taiz governorate, and has been further concentrated in the isolation of Haifan Directorate in Taiz Governorate, where the militia accuses one of its citizens of participating in the liquidation of Ibrahim Badr al-Din al-Houthi.

The militia raided several houses in ‘Akaba village in al-Araq village, and kidnapped dozens of civilians, including a number of women, children and old people. Houthi Preventive Security elements continue to raid residents’ homes in the Hadda area of ??Sana’a, terrorizing women and children, abducting dozens of civilians and taking them to unknown locations, and refusing to disclose their fate.

Yemeni activists said that the large-scale kidnapping campaigns carried out by Houthi terrorist militias among civilians seek to cover up the internal conflicts among the militias, and to divert the attention of their bases and supporters from the cracking of the leadership circles and support their ability to protect their symbols amid the spread of mutual betrayals in the senior leadership ranks within the group.

UAE Red Crescent finishes Cholera Campaign in West Coast Dealer

The United Arab Emirates (UAE), through its humanitarian arm, the Red Crescent Authority, on Monday concluded a campaign to treat and control the cholera epidemic in a dispensary in the western coast of Yemen.

The representative of the UAE Red Crescent, in the West Coast, said that the campaign included providing the health center with the isolation materials in the dispensary directorate, with a quantity of drugs, intravenous fluids, antibiotics and other medical supplies.

He added that the second phase of the campaign against the cholera epidemic was carried out through awareness groups that aimed to educate residents in the areas of a distributed directorate about the danger of this epidemic and how to prevent it.

DrFatiniRajeh Salem Sahera, Director of Al Hamli Medical Center, praised the rapid response of the UAE Red Crescent to the emergency response to the cholera epidemic that has helped treat 60 cases, mostly children.

Dr.Fatini confirmed that the red crescent has put an end to this epidemic  that has affected the areas of Al-Jisr, Al-Hamz, Al-Hamli and Al-Muqaysar.

For their part, the field awareness team expressed their satisfaction with the success of this campaign, which lasted 12 days.

This campaign is part of the urgent response of the UAE Red Crescent to rescue the children of the areas affected by cholera, fever and diarrhea in the West Coast. This campaign was the third in July , where similar campaigns were carried out in the Directorate of Al-Waze’a and Hays.

UAE initiated massive aid campaign in Yemen

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UAE has initiated a massive relief campaign to support the people of Taiz and also Hodeidah governorates, who were replaced by the terrorist Iranian-backed Al Houthi militia, to the Khanfar district of Abyan governorate in Yemen.

The campaign, that is continuing for longer than a month and targets 23, 000 replaced families, is part of the comfort and humanitarian programme provided by the UAE in the liberated governorates, which operates food and shelter convoys through the voluntary teams of the UAE Red Crescent.

The beneficiaries expressed their thanks and appreciation to the authority and people of the UAE for this great assistance and also a humanitarian gesture which will lead to alleviating the suffering of many families among their current difficult living conditions.

The comfort campaign is also an extension of the humanitarian work offered by the UAE to Yemen, to be able to deliver aid and meet their needs, such as the gathering of replaced and also affected people from all governorates of Yemen.

Arab Coalition Launches Emergency Relief Campaign Following Floods in Yemen

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The Arab Coalition to Recover Legitimacy in Yemen on Monday launched an emergency relief campaign, and an air bridge, to alleviate the struggling of these subject to heavy rain and floods in Aden and environment areas in Yemen.

Colonel Turki Al-Maliki, Spokesperson for the Coalition, claimed that the coalition was offering food, medicine, housing materials, reopening roads, draining flooded streets and residential areas, repairing electricity networks, spraying insecticides for post-flood pest management, and also offering shelter for replaced Yemenis in camps in Aden, Lahj and nearby cities.

In collaboration with the Combined Forces of the Yemeni Lawful Aid Coalition, both The King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center(KSRelief), along with the Saudi Program for the Development and Reconstruction of Yemen(SDRPY), are involved in the Coalition’s emergency relief campaign.

For his part, Yemen’s Minister of Local Administration praised the Coalition’s quick reaction to the damage due to the floods and also preserved that the Yemeni government works in close coordination with donors to address the requirements of these subject to heavy rain and also floods.