Project to light some of the main Streets with solar energy launches in the Secretariat of the capital.
Deputy Prime Minister for Services and Development Dr. Hussein Maqboi and The Secretary of the Capital Hammoud Abad, together with the Head of the Department of International Cooperation at the Council of Humanitarian Affairs, Manaal Al-Asal, today launched a project to operate the lighting of some of the main streets of the secretariat with the energy of the Shamisa funded by the World Bank through the office of United Nations Enterprise Services (UNPs) at a cost of $2.447 million.
The project included the supply, installation and operation of lighting some of the main streets in the capital Sana’a with solar energy, where the project was aimed at: Al-Sahera Square, Airport Street, Hada Street, Zubairi Street and other streets.
During the inauguration, Deputy Prime Minister Maqbool confirmed that the launch of the solar project for the main streets of the Secretariat of the capital comes as a reflection of the economic recovery program for the year 2020, pointing out that the program aims to improve services and the opening of development and service projects working to ease the burden on Citizens as a result of the continued aggression and siege.
Dr. Maqbobi praised the efforts of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, the Secretariat of the Capital, and their efforts in lighting the streets of the capital, Sana’a, and praised the World Bank’s support for service projects and the efforts of the Office of the Unbbes in this area.
For his part, The Secretary of the Capital Ouabad pointed out that the project to light the main streets of the capital Sana’a is one of the joint projects with the World Bank Group represented by the United Nations Office of Project Services.
Meanwhile, the deputy of the capital’s assistant secretariat for the sector of works Engineer Abdul Karim Al-Houthi that 522 new columns and about 2,000 solar scouts were installed in the sites of The Sharpa Street beginning the tour of Al-Balqa to the village of Al-Masbahi, in addition to Zubairi Street from Bab Yemen to the afternoon tour and from 14 Aktob Street T up 50th Street
Manaal al-Asal, head of the Department of International Cooperation at the Supreme Council for The Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, said the world bank-funded project through the UNITED Nations Office of Project Services will enhance the services provided to citizens and provide the National Center for Laboratories. Health, Zayed Hospital in Bani Al-Harith Directorate.
Dr. Khaldoun Salem Saleh, director of the Urban Cities Project at the UN Office of The United Nations, said they are pleased to open the main street lighting project in Sanaa, stressing that the project will enhance the services provided to citizens.