Deputy Minister of Planning and International Cooperation, NizarBasoheib, and the representative of the World Assembly of Muslim Youth, Omar Salam, signed a basic agreement which will involve the Assembly's implement of development projects in Yemen.
The Assembly works in the field of education, development, rehabilitation, health and relief, drilling wells, caring for orphans and poor families, human development, training, reconstruction of mosques, schools and health centers.
Basoheib also held a series of separate meetings with representatives of Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, the International Organization for Migration, the Dutch Doctors Without Borders, the Danish Refugee Council, Intersos and French medical NGO,Waha International.
The talks focused projects to be implemented by the organizations in various fields in a number of Yemen's provinces.
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