The Saudi Development and Reconstruction Programme for Yemen (SDRPY) held a meeting in Yemen’s capital of Aden to discuss the challenges faced in the implementation of projects; to evaluate tasks and responsibilities of the parties involved in implementing the projects; and to review the progress of implementation of the SDRPY projects in the region.
SDRPY projects in Aden include the rehabilitation and renovation of the Aden General Hospital; building and equipping the Heart Disease Centre; the development and renovation of the Aden International Airport; the Aden Port rehabilitation project; the Aden roads paving project; the Al-Manasrah water field rehabilitation and expansion project; and the drinking water distribution tank project.
The meeting was attended by representatives of companies implementing projects, in the presence of the deputy governor of Aden for the projects sector, Eng Ghassan Al-Zamki; the general directors of the basic service facilities; and a team from the programme headed by the director of the SDRPY programme office in Aden, Eng Ahmed Awaji Madkhali.
Eng Madkhali emphasised that the SDRPY is keen to quickly implement service projects that meet the needs of citizens in the capital, and contribute to alleviating their suffering, especially in the road sector, whose costs exceed $9m.
The first undersecretary of the Aden Governorate, Muhammad Nasr Shazly, stressed on the success of such meetings in overcoming obstacles and ensuring the speedy implementation of infrastructure projects to improve the condition of roads, health, water, electricity, hygiene, education, agriculture, and environmental sanitation.
The governorate of Aden has also benefited from the power plant maintenance project; the main street lighting project; the construction of four model schools; the university transportation project at the University of Aden; the agricultural greenhouses project to support the University of Aden with research; and the project to rehabilitate and develop school book printing presses.
The SDRPY also implemented an “Aden is more beautiful” campaign to ensure cleanliness, environmental sanitation, and sterilisation of the city, according to the state-run Saudi Press Agency.
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