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Sheep from local markets were arranged for slaughter and distribution by the Emirates Red Crescent
The UAE has launched its 5th annual Adahi project (Eid sacrifices) in Yemen, which saw meat being distributed to thousands of underprivileged families around the country.
Sheep from local markets were arranged for slaughter and distribution by the Emirates Red Crescent in the governorates of Hadramaut, Shabwa, Hodeidah and Taiz.
Meat being distributed to thousands of underprivileged families in Yemen.
Beneficiaries - which included widows and orphans - expressed their thanks and appreciation to the UAE government and people for the generous gesture on Eid Al Adha.
The UAE has dispatched an aid convoy containing ten tons of food rations to Ad Durayhimi District, in Yemen's Al Hodeidah Governorate, as part of its ongoing food aid campaign in the country.
The UAE continues its relief assistance to the Yemeni people as part of its humanitarian mission to alleviate the stress of the living conditions affecting the local population.
Traders in the local cattle market located in Sharjah have been advising early customers of sacrificial animals for Eid Al Adha to wait till next week as the shipment of livestock from India arriving soon.
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