One hundred residential units are set to be distributed to Internally Displaced People (IDP) in Al-Khaniq area of Nehm district of Sana'a province. It is a sheltering project funded by the State of Kuwait aimed to provide temporary shelter for the Yemeni IPDs who have been forcefully displaced by Iran-backed Houthi militia warfare.
Every residential unit includes two rooms, kitchen, toilet and hallway. The temporary residential shelter also includes stores, administration building, mosque, water tanks and children friendly courtyard.
The project is funded by the Charity Society of Sheikh Abdullah Annori. The Society carry out relief and humanitarian actions in Yemen through a Response Network for Relief and Humanitarian Actions in Yemen.
Governor of Sana'a Maj. Abdulqawi Shareef inaugurated the residential project and handed over the keys to the IDP families. Shareef announced providing 20 million Yemeni Rials (YR) to purchase two vehicles to supply Al-Khaniq Camp with drinking water.
The governor expressed the local authority's thanks to the State of Kuwait, highly appreciating the efforts made by the Kuwaiti Woman Team and Sheikh Abullah Annori Charity Society to help alleviating the Yemeni peoples suffering.
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