Rehabilitating and paving Mashara and Wadi Al-Lab roads in Ma’rib improves people’s access to basic services.
The nine-year-old aggression and blockade on Yemen has doubled the suffering of millions of Yemenis from severe food insecurity.
The people of the areas and subdistricts of Harib and Al-Juba districts are experiencing human suffering amid challenges and difficulties that prevent access to their needs.
The challenges and difficulties facing the people of 16 villages, in the Harib District of Ma’rib, and 4 villages in the Al-Juba District, due to the lack of paved roads and the difficulty of the people’s access to markets, which exacerbated the difficulties faced by the people, which led them to being deprived of access to everything, including education andhealth care ,even food has become expensive and difficult to obtain.
Therefore, SCMCHA worked with humanitarian partners to pave the roads (Maashara in the center of Sunnah in Harib) and (Wadi al-Lub in Juba), with a length of 2.5 km.
“Paving roads helped connect all the paved parts into one main road from which smaller roads branched out.”
The director of SCMCHA’s branch in Ma’rib confirmed that paving roads contributed to improving the infrastructure in the districts of Harib and Al-Juba, and worked to facilitate the people of the villages and their ability to produce their transportation to the markets, which improves food security in the region, obtaining basic services, and access to education and health care.
He described the project as one of the most important projects implemented in the region because it has truly improved people’s lives.