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With Kuwaiti funding and at a cost estimated at $427,000, the Deputy Governor of Ma’rib, Abdurabah Miftah, inaugurated the “Khawala Residential Village” for internally displaced persons. This comes as part of the ongoing “Kuwait is by Your Side” campaign, now in its ninth consecutive year. The residential village consists of 53 fully equipped housing units, along with their facilities, including a school with nine classrooms, a health unit, a mosque, an artesian well, and a water network connected to all residential units.
During the opening ceremony, Miftah praised the efforts of the State of Kuwait, both its government and people, and commended their humanitarian interventions in support of internally displaced persons in Yemen’s Ma’rib Governorate and all Yemeni governorates. These projects provide sustainable shelter, contributing to their stability in safe homes.
Meanwhile, Saif Mathna, the Director of the Executive Unit for IDP Camps Management in Ma’rib, emphasized the importance of the development projects provided and highlighted Kuwait’s continued leading role in supporting Yemen in various fields and sectors, particularly in housing, education, health, relief, and empowering impoverished families.
Jamal Muqbil, the General Manager of the implementing Heteen Foundation explained that the work on the “Khawala Residential Village” for internally displaced persons lasted for nearly eight months, encompassing construction and development according to the prepared engineering plans. He noted that the village has been equipped with all the necessary facilities and housing services that contribute to securing the livelihood of the beneficiary families and help them achieve stability. It is worth mentioning that this residential village is the second of its kind and serves as an exemplary integrated project that provides all services to the targeted displaced families, alleviating their suffering, especially in the current circumstances, particularly in Ma’rib Governorate, which accommodates over three million internally displaced persons
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