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The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has launched a $16 million project to develop sustainable livelihoods and land management, as well as preserve biodiversity in the governorates of Socotra, Dhamar, and Al-Mahra.
The project aims to benefit 160,000 people, equally divided between males and females, over a period of seven years in the targeted reserves: Socotra Island, Hawf in Al-Mahra, and Ottoma in Dhamar.
Husain Jadin, the FAO representative in Yemen, highlighted the project’s focus on enhancing sustainable, inclusive, adaptable, and climate-resilient agricultural food systems. This will contribute to the sustainable production of ample and safe food in Yemen.
Tawfiq Al-Shargabi, the Minister of Water and Environment, affirmed that the project will restore 25,000 hectares of natural reserve lands and 75,000 hectares of pasture lands within the three reserves in Yemen.
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