A technical team overseeing a renewable energy project in Yemen conducted a progress check on the project’s second phase, which involves setting up 35 solar-powered water pumping stations in Hadramout, Abyan, and Lahj governorates.
These stations will benefit 1,050 individuals or 149 families, primarily supporting agricultural needs in strategic crop-cultivating districts.
The project is a collaborative effort by the Saudi Program for the Development and Reconstruction of Yemen (SDRPY), the Arab Gulf Program for Development (AGFUND), and the Sela Foundation for Development.
The initiative aims to enhance food security and promote sustainable food production, contributing to Yemen’s development and improving the quality of life for its people.
AGFUND and the Sela Foundation for Development are recognized for their commitment to addressing human development challenges, while SDRPY has been actively implementing numerous development projects across Yemen.