The First Deputy Secretary of Hodeidah Governorate meets with the coordinator of the Yamani Foundation for the project to sponsor orphans and economic empowerment of their families in Hodeidah.

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Al-Hudaydah ((Aden of Tomorrow)) Special

Under the directives of the Governor of Hodeidah, Head of the Local Council, Dr. Al-Hassan Ali Taher, the First Deputy Secretary of the Hodeidah Governorate, Walid Al-Qadimi, met with the Yamani Foundation Coordinator for the Orphan Sponsorship and Economic Empowerment Project. for their Families in Hodeidah, Ustad Hassan Bagadi, to discuss the implementation of the Orphan Sponsorship and Economic Empowerment Project for their Families in Hodeidah Governorate, which is financed by the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Works, which aims to Sponsor 200 orphans. , both male and female, for a full year, ensuring their livelihood, health, and education, in addition to empowering 70 families who support orphans and providing them with the basic requirements to open small income-generating projects.

During the meeting, which took place in the city of Al-Khokha, in the south of the governorate, and was attended by the Director of the Executive Unit in the Governorate, Mr. Jamal Mashra’i, and the Director of Health Services, Ahmed Hammadi. , Baqadi gave a detailed explanation of the Yamani Foundation, the implementing partner of the project, which targets 8 Yemeni governorates, including Hodeidah Governorate, and is financed by the King Salman Center for Aid and Humanitarian Aid.
Presenting to the attendees the main and sub-goals of the project and the most important activities that the organization will carry out in this project.

At the end of the meeting, the deputy secretary ordered the director of the executive unit in the county to cooperate with the Office of Social Affairs and work to select the most needy orphans from the districts of Hays and Al-Khawkha according to the standards defined by the Yamani Foundation.

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