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The Qatar Fund for Development (QFFD) has donated $15 million to support 13 water and sanitation projects in Yemen, the United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF) announced. This initiative comes as part of a larger plan to provide water and sanitation services to over 4 million Yemeni people.
The project will target 11 major cities across Yemen, with the aim of rehabilitating and improving water supply and sanitation networks and facilities. This will include installing solar-powered water networks and extending water systems to cover targeted families in 11 governorates.
“We thank QFFD for this generous contribution, which will support UNICEF’s efforts to provide clean water supplies to people in conflict-affected areas,” said Hawkins, UNICEF Representative in Yemen.
UNICEF’s statement underlined that QFFD’s contribution was critical in strengthening water and sanitation networks across Yemen, thereby ensuring that more people would have access to safe and clean drinking water.
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