The ERC launches its annual charitable project to distribute the Eid clothing in Shabwa Governorate, Yemen.
The UAE, represented by the Emirates Red Crescent, has launched the annual Eid Clothing Charitable Programme for the benefit of the families of the martyrs in Shabwa Governorate, Yemen.
Up to 1100 purchase vouchers from several commercial centers in Shabwa have been handed out by ERC teams among the targeted beneficiaries, including orphans, families of children with special needs and indigent households so that they can share the joy of Eid with others.
Eng. Mubarak bin Hamamah, ERC's field team supervisor in Shabwa, said the programme falls within the authority's efforts to alleviate the suffering of Yemeni people and put a smile on the faces of the martyrs' families.
The beneficiaries expressed their thanks and gratitude to the UAE for the noble gestures.
Five thousand people across the western neighborhouds of Mukalla received the aid, as part of the UAE’s efforts to improve living conditions in Yemen.
As part of its food security programme, the Emirates Red Crescent distributed 650 food baskets, weighing more than 50 tonnes, to 3,250 needy families.
Mohamed Al Junaibi, Director of Humanitarian Affairs at the ERC in Yemen, stated that the project will serve over 2,000 families suffering from water scarcity.
This month, the ERC distributed more than 4,000 food parcels to the regions of the Red Sea Coast, and the country is continuing to provide food and relief assistance to underprivileged Yemeni families with the aim of easing their suffering and improving their living conditions
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