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Info Minister visits a number of projects implemented by the Saudi program in Marib
[16/02/2022 04:20]
Marib – Saba
Information Minister Muammar Al-Eryan, inspected a number of projects implemented by the Saudi Program for the Development and Reconstruction of Yemen in Ma'rib Governorate, in the education sector, which is the main key to development.

Minister Al-Eryani visited the projects in the University of Saba Federal Region in Marib District, as funded by the Saudi Program for the Development and Reconstruction of Yemen, which was completed within a year.

The project, which serves (3129) beneficiaries, consists of two additional buildings within the university's campus.

The first includes (16) classrooms with a capacity of (80 academic seats per hall) with a total of 1300 students, and an administrative building for the presidency of the university and student affairs. The project aims to meet the increasing need that the university is witnessing, and to serve the students from Marib, Al-Jawf and Al-Bayda, and the displaced from the neighboring governorates, in order to contribute to increasing opportunities to join the university, providing a good educational environment, building more distinguished and prosperous societies, and raising the efficiency of educational institutions in the governorate.

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