ERC distributes 500 food baskets to displaced people in Wadi Shaab, Yemen

Fri 06-07-2018 12:07 PM

WADI SHAAB, 6th July, 2018 (WAM) — The Emirates Red Crescent, ERC, has distributed 500 food parcels to the displaced population in Wadi Shaab in Maqareb District, on the borders of Taiz Governorate. These people returned to their villages after liberation of these areas from the Houthi militia.

ERC representative said that the food baskets will be distributed in Nafakha, Joul, Quwaidha, Dhooka villages and other areas in Al Awsat and Al Asfal Sheb as well as in Al Maqareb District.

Sheikh Olwan Mohammed Saeed Alabdali, Chief of Al Abadel tribe expressed his happiness on the humanitarian gesture which is part of the UAE’s relief and humanitarian activities in the liberated areas of Yemen. He added that the assistance will alleviate the suffering of the population.

The beneficiaries expressed their thanks and gratitude to the UAE and its humanitarian arm, the ERC, that continues to provide relief aid and development assistance in the Yemeni governorate.

WAM/Hazem Hussein/MOHD AAMIR

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