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Emirates Red Crescent identifies shortages in services in Yemen

posted on 04/01/2017: 1246 views



DHALE: A delegation from the Emirates Red Crescent, the UAE's humanitarian arm, has identified shortages in public services in the districts of Yemen's Dhale Governorate during a recent visit.

The delegation met with the Governor of Al Dhale, Fadhl Al Ja'adi, to discuss various service projects funded by the agency and learn about what blocks development in the governorate.

The governor thanked the UAE for supporting the liberated areas in his country.

Ayat Outhali, co-ordinator of projects at the Emirates Red Crescent, and other members of the delegation met with the local officials who reported the shortages in various sectors. – Emirates News Agency, WAM - http://www.wam.ae/en/news/emirates-international-aid/1395305449553.html

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