Abbad and Tawoos inaugurate the Sports Entertainment place project in Sana’a, at a cost of one billion and 100 million riyals.
Secretary of the Capital, Hammoud Abbad, and the Secretary General of SCMCHA, Abdul Mohsen Tawoos, inaugurated today the Sports Entertainment place project in Al Sabeen Park, at a cost of one billion and 100 million riyals.
The project, with the support of the World Bank by UNPOS , included the construction of sports stadiums in accordance with international standards for FIFA, free games and green houses, rehabilitation, lighting, landscaping and improvement of the targeted facilities in the park.
At the opening, Abbad confirmed that this project comes within the framework of implementing the directives of the President of the Supreme Political Council regarding the rehabilitation and development of parks and recreational parks, increasing the green areas .
He pointed out that this sports place will allow young people to express their aspirations as well as provide some of their needs such as football, running, volleyball, handball, tennis and entertainment and fitness fields, in accordance with international standards. He appreciated UNOPS role in implementing the project.
He also appreciated the efforts of SCMCHA of continuously following up such projects, to transform any marginal projects into real projects that serve development and achieve the aspirations of citizens.
He stressed that Ament Al Asemah will remain a true partner with all parties, and will seek to provide all facilities that will implement service and development projects that contribute to alleviating the suffering of citizens and strengthening steadfastness in the face of aggression and siege.
In turn, the Secretary-General of SCMCHA stressed that the implementation of the entertainment project is one of the most prominent achievements that the SCMCHA has achieved with humanitarian partners in Yemen.
Tawoos appreciated the efforts of Ament Al Asemah in providing facilities to the United Nations Office for Project Services and making the project a success.
Tawoos explained that this project is considered a development and basic infrastructure, especially since the aggression deprived the Yemeni people of all entertainment and outlets.
He appreciated the role and efforts of the UNOPS”.
He urged all government institutions and local authorities in the governorates to support SCMCHA to provide all facilities so that all organizations of a developmental nature can carry out their work, as Yemen is in need of development projects.
The inauguration was attended by Undersecretary of Ament Al Asemah Abdulwahab Sharaf El-Din, director of the Hygiene and Improvement Fund, Fadel Al-Roni, Director of Gardens and Parks Assem Al-Jalal, and the representative of UNOPS, Eng. Khaled Ba Salameh.