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22 Jan 2018 KUWAIT CITY
Kuwait has announced the launch of a campaign aimed at rehabilitating the water sector in Yemen's capital Sana'a. The project is expected to benefit more than 50,000 people living in 8 residential areas.
25 Oct 2016 SANA'A
Construction on five water wells being built by the Emirates Red Crescent in Yemen’s Al Mukalla governorate started on Monday. The project is part of the organisation’s efforts to provide clean water to Yemenis and support infrastructure in the Hadramaut coastal region and will benefit more than 200,000 people.
4 May 2016 BERLIN, Germany
Fifty million people in the Middle East and North Africa -- nearly one-third of public service users -- have to pay bribes to access basic services including utility services, public schools, clinics or hospitals, ID documents, police services or court services, international corruption watchdog Transparency International (TI) said in a new report released this week...
15 Jul 2014 SANA'A
Yemen and the Netherlands signed here on Monday a $ 5 million agreement to fund the Sana'a Basin water management project, which aims at conserving the water resources. The agreement was signed by Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Dr. Mohammad Al-Saadi and the Dutch ambassador to Yemen Jeroen Verheul, at the presence of the Minister of Agriculture and Irrigation Farid Mujawar and Resident Representative of the Food and Agriculture Organization in Yemen (FAO) Dr...
14 Jul 2014 JEDDAH, Saudi Arabia
The Saudi Fund for Development (SFD) has signed a $132.5 million USD loan agreement with the government of Yemen to fund water, sanitation and other development projects in that country. The agreement was signed by Yemeni Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Mohamed El Saadi and SFD Chairman Ibrahim El Assaf...
3 Apr 2014 SANA'A, Yemen
The Saudi Fund for Development will finance construction of a desalination plant and a wastewater project in Yemen’s Taez governorate, Yemeni officials said this week.“The [Saudi Fund] has approved construction of the plant in Al Makha region, in addition to installing a water pipeline to transport water from Taez to Ebb,” said Taez Governor Shawqi Hael...
24 Mar 2014 SANA’A, Yemen
The Yemeni government will sign $250 million worth of agreements with Arab development funds to finance water and wastewater projects throughout the country, according to government officials. Of that total, the Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development will provide $50 million USD for projects including a wastewater treatment plant and water treatment plants in the cities of Abs, Hard, Saihout, Nadirah, Rahida, Habileen, Kaida, Gamal al Saiadi, director of the water and wastewater projects department in Yemen’s Ministry of Water and Environment, said last week...
25 Feb 2014 SANA’A, Yemen
Yemen’s Environment Ministry on February 20 announced a $13 million USD sanitation project in Hadida City.The project will rehabilitate the city’s crumbling sanitation infrastructure, including sewer mains and the main wastewater pumping station and lifting stations. It will be jointly funded by the Saudi Fund for Development and the Yemeni government...
12 Sep 2013 SANA’A, Yemen
The Saudi Fund for Development (SFD) is providing $180 million USD to bring water to Yemen’s Taez governorate, Yemeni officials said last week.The project involves building a desalination plant in Al Mokha region and transporting water from Al Mokha to water-scarce Taez via a 105-kilometer-long pipeline...
29 Aug 2013 SANA'A, Yemen
The Yemeni government will start building desalination plants on an urgent basis to address water problems in the governorates of Taez and Aden, Yemeni President Abdrabbou Mansour Hadi announced on August 25.During a meeting with Minister of Environment and Water Abdo Saleh Razzaz, Hadi also called on the government to find immediate solutions to the severe sanitation problems in Al Hadida governorate...
28 Aug 2013 HODEIDA
A youth initiative was launched in Hodeida on Saturday following the city’s declaration of a health disaster because of overflowing sewage. Four separate groups with a combined membership of more than 50 people launched the initiative called, “Together to Save Hodeida from Drowning.” One of the four participating groups will team up with the governorate’s water and sanitation office to conduct a survey of the area...
13 Aug 2013 SANA’A, Yemen
Yemen’s Ministry of Water and Environment on August 7 declared that the city of Taez is facing “a serious water crisis.”“Taez has become one of the world’s first cities that suffer from severe water shortages,” said Minister of Water and Environment Abdel-Salam al Razzaz.“The problems the city is experiencing today have accumulated over the past 40 years,” he said...