The Emirates Red Crescent Authority delivered, on Thursday, to the Mukalla District, 10 private cars to support departments and service institutions in Hadramout governorate.
The Water and Sewerage Corporation in Hadramout Coast received four cars, while the Cleaning and Improvement Fund in Hadramout Coast received two cars, the Hajar District for two cars, and the Tarim District for two cars, and these cars were provided as a first payment according to the needs raised by the authority in the governorate.
During the handover, which was attended by a number of general directors and directors of service institutions in Hadramout governorate, Mr. Hamid Rashid Al Shamsi, Head of Humanitarian Aid at the Emirates Red Crescent Authority in Yemen, said: This support came according to the directives of the wise leadership in the United Arab Emirates as part of its efforts to support services The general public in Hadramout governorate and that the UAE’s interest in the service side of the governorate was clearly evident in its adoption of the project to support the official authorities to support service institutions to advance their services in this field.
Al Shamsi affirmed the UAE’s keenness to provide relief and humanitarian support and alleviate the suffering of Yemenis, starting from distributing food baskets to rehabilitating infrastructure, with attention to health, education and all other vital sectors.
In their turn, a number of general directors and directors of service institutions in Hadramout governorate, while attending the handover process, delivered speeches in which they thanked the leadership of the United Arab Emirates for the continuous generous support. His role in society and to improve work in this vital and important aspect, stressing the importance of logistical support provided by the Emirates Red Crescent Authority to the local authority in Hadramout in various necessary areas.