Deputy Minister of Technical Education and Vocational Training Abd-Rabbu al-Mahwali discussed on Monday with the delegation of Humanitarian Relief Charitable Alliance coordination for implementing the project of improving livelihoods in five provinces.
The project is financed by King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Activities.
Al-Mahwali confirmed the importance of implementing the project, which targets youth, disabled and women in different technical and vocational fields as it contributes in improving living conditions of the people in targeted areas.
He pointed out that the ministry will provide all necessary facilitations and easing all difficulties could face the implementation of the project.
He praised efforts of the alliance in providing humanitarian and relief services to people and supporting youth in different sectors via qualification.
For his part, the General Director of the Projects in the Alliance SalehMakhshab said the project targets youth, women and disabled in provinces of Aden, Lahj, Shabwa, Jawf and Hadhramout.
It aimed at limiting the unemployment and alleviating poverty in Yemen, he said.
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