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ADEN: The Hadramout and Mahra governorates in Yemen have received a new batch of Saudi derivatives of Aden fuel, donated by the Kingdom as part of the Saudi Yemen Development and Reconstruction Program.
Hadramout received 11,300 tonnes of diesel, including 8,300 tonnes distributed on the coast and 2,000 in the valley, while Mahra received 4,000 tonnes of diesel to meet the supply of power plants.
The new batch for Hadramout and Mahra is part of the fifth Saudi fuel derivative distribution in Yemen, with quantities reaching 60,000 tonnes of diesel and 30,000 tonnes of fuel oil.
Through this grant, Saudi Arabia seeks to contribute to the stability of fuel prices, the improvement of services in all vital sectors, the development of infrastructure, the limitation of recurring power outages and the improvement of the daily life of Yemeni citizens.
At the same time, SDRPY said it has increased the efficiency of electric power at Aden International Airport, providing the airport with two electric generators with a capacity of 636 kVA for each generator, totaling 1272 kVA, in order to ” improve the services provided to travelers and airlines.
The new support from SDRPY contributes to raising the level of service of the airport at all levels, and provides a qualitative support solution for its infrastructure, as part of the airport rehabilitation project.
SDRPY also announced that it has opened four new schools on the island of Socotra, benefiting 5,170 people.
âThe model schools built by the program help to create a good educational environment that allows schools to carry out their educational programs and extracurricular activities through facilities equipped to the highest specifications, including science and computer laboratories, as well as volleyball and basketball courts, âSDRPY mentioned.
The program aims to develop schools and educational institutions to attract students and provide a comprehensive education for both sexes, in addition to providing employment in various educational institutions.
SDRPY has provided more than 204 development projects and initiatives that it has implemented in various Yemeni governorates in seven basic sectors, namely health, energy, transport, water, education, l agriculture and fisheries, and capacity building of government institutions.