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Fatah directs governors to coordinate with WFP
[26/12/2019 05:36]

Minister of Local Administration the head of the national High Committee for Relief Aid, Abdel-Raqib Fatah, directed the governors of several provinces to coordinate with the World Food Program and its partners in the WFP's planned survey of aid beneficiaries for the year 2020.

The survey will be carried out during the period from December 2019 to March 2020. Fatah directed the governors of Aden, Abyan, Al-Dhalea, Lahj, Taiz, Hadramout, Shabwa, Socotra, Al-Mahrah, Marib, Al-Jawf, and Al-Bayda to facilitate the survey operation.

FM discusses with Norwegian latest developments in Yemen
Up to 571 billion YR customs revenues in 2021
Al-Qusaibi: Houthis' skills as landmines-makers seriously developing
Eryani calls for real pressure on Houthi militia to release Intisar Al Hammadi
Killing, injuring four students by Houthi militia's drone western Taiz
KSrelief signs cooperation treaties with IOM support to displaced people
Houthis committed over 36,000 violations in Aljawf in 2021, says report
Cabinet discusses a number of internal and external developments
Yemeni-Jordanian relations discussed
Al-Hajraf calls on IC to press for halting Houthi terrorism

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