Riyadh - Saba
King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Aid signed two joint executive programs with the United Nations Development Program, which focus on vocational training and supporting the skills of young people in Yemen to enhance their capabilities in the labor market in the rural areas of the governorates of Abyan, Lahj, Al-Dhalea, Aden, Al-Mahra, Marib, Shabwa, and Hadramout, and Taiz, benefiting 1,491 individuals, at a total cost of $4 million.
Under the second agreement within the Social Protection Project, it contributes to reducing vulnerability and enhancing the resilience and social cohesion of communities affected by the humanitarian crisis in the Yemeni governorates of Aden, Hadramout, and Lahj, by creating sustainable livelihoods and promoting peacebuilding initiatives.
Chief of Staff participates in Egyptian Defense Expo (EDEX)
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Brig. Tariq inspects final arrangements to operate al-Mock airport
Leadership Council chairman concludes visit to the United Arab Emirates
Health Minister reviews effects of climate on health in Yemen
Yemen participates in 39th Ministerial Session of COMCEC
PM: Water problem in Yemen is major issue that must be dealt with
Akbari participates in coordination meeting of the Arab-Russian Cooperation Forum
Chief of General Staff begins an official visit to Cairo
Seminar about Humanitarian International Law in Aden