Opening of a water projects in Atma and Jabal Al-Sharq Districts in Dhamar Governorate.
Within the framework of SCMCHA’s efforts to direct funds towards implementing development projects that contribute to alleviating the human suffering experienced by the Yemeni people.
The director of SCMCHA branch in Dhamar, Munir Al-Marouni, inaugurated the Yafa’a and Mastah water projects in the districts of Atma and Jabal Al-Sharq in Dhamar Governorate.
The Yafa’a and Musatiha water projects, implemented by Islamic Relief, included the installation of two solar-powered pumping systems, the rehabilitation and restoration of the pumping room with a capacity of 75 m3, in addition to the rehabilitation of the concrete distribution tank with a capacity of 30 m3, and the strengthening of the pumping line through the construction of an artificial well, as well as the installation of a solar-powered pumping system, and the strengthening of Pumping line with a concrete distribution tank with a capacity of 75 m3, which will benefit five thousand 684 families in the targeted areas.
The director of SCMCHA’s branch, Mounir Al-Marouni, explained that these projects come within the framework of SCMCHA’s interest in implementing sustainable projects that meet the needs of the citizen, by providing drinking water to residents of deprived areas in the districts of Atma and Jabal al-Sharq.
Al-Marouni stressed the SCMCHA’s keenness to enhance coordination with humanitarian partners to implement sustainable development projects that contribute to alleviating the suffering of the population as a result of the aggression and siege.