(Alwaqa Aljadeed) Wednesday, November 9th , 2016 / Mukalla
Reported by: Ali Aljofry
Photographer: Ahmed Banafa
Last Wednesday morning diverse school aid together with a number of phosphorescent boards, learning chairs and tables were distributed for Yebath schools to the west of Mukalla by the implementation of the UAE Red Crescent Society for the coastal Hadramout.
Mr. Shawqi Al-Tamimi emphasized the attention of the United Arab Emirates in improving the educational process to contribute in the development for better as well as supporting poor families in providing supplies for their children that they can continue their education. He pointed out that the campaign will cover all areas and districts of Hadramout coast, where male and female students from poor and needy families are being targeted and the campaign comes in the framework of the UAE Red Crescent Society’s efforts to motivate students and to ease the burden on their families due to the high prices of school supplies.
Mr. Al-Tamimi added: “The UAE Red Crescent team will continue to carry out field tours around schools in the districts of Hadramout coast to oversee the distribution process of bags and school supplies to the beneficiaries.
For his part, the Deputy Director of Education Saleh Omar Bahkam expressed his gratitude for the visit by the UAE Red Crescent Society to Yebath Directorate and the launch of this project, which aims to provide a social service to ease the burden on the insolvent for the provision of educational needs in the educational aspect of families. He valuated at the same time their efforts in providing infrastructure requirements for educational projects and needs in the directorate.
In addition Ahmed Balbahaith, the chairman of the local council services in the directorate, thanked the UAE Red Crescent for their efforts by this school aid distribution to school students in the directorate. Furthermore, he stressed the importance of the diverse school aid distribution project, which would alleviate the suffering of those students for some of their financial obligations.
Translated by: Nabeel Ali