"Al Jazeera" – Ahmed Al-Qarni:
King Salman's royal adviser to Dr. Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Rabiah, head of the Humanitarian Aid and Labor Center, said yesterday to the Yemen village of refugees in the Djibouti Abkhaz province, which includes 300 residential units, mosques, schools and two general health clinics.
The inauguration ceremony was attended by Djibouti Abdulaziz bin Abdullah Al-Daoud, Ambassador of the Interior of Djibouti, Hassan Omar Mohammed Burhan, and Abkhaz Governor Omar Farda.
He visited the villagers of the village, met with the beneficiary Yemen families, learned of some special humanitarian cases and heard the history of their refugees and their sufferings from the outbreak of their country and the difficulties they had suffered until they reached Abkhazia.
Each room has a bathroom, a bedroom, a living room, air conditioning and a kitchen with an electric stove. The project includes additional containers, including generators with different generators, and clean water tanks with 12 pumping pumps per 10 cubic meters per tank for living units, mosque and school, sewage storage pools and 12 large refrigerators Two small plants reverse osmosis desalination plants for all water purifiers and 50 solar-light columns for village corridors.
Then a football match was held with several Saudi football players, rope races and runners, and handed trophy and medals to winning troops.
He then visited the Saudi village in the Saudi village to identify the integrated medical and health services provided to patients, and doctors in the clinics listened to a detailed explanation of the mechanism and its role in alleviating the suffering of Yemen refugees.
Dr. Al-Rabiah then visited a school joining an integrated village in Saudi Arabia and distributed school bags to Yemen refugee students.
His Excellency, the Interior Minister of Interior, Hassan Omar Mohamed Burhan, and the Governor of Abkhazia, Mr. Omar, participated in the accommodation of food bushes for Abkhazia, Yemen refugee families.
The refugees expressed their deep gratitude and recognition in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the King Salman Help Center for health, education and assistance services provided through various Saudi humanitarian projects in the Saudi refugee camp.
The aim of the project is to accommodate the refugees of Yemen in the Abkhaz Governorate of Djibouti with upgraded housing units that meet the daily requirements and provide a living standard for refugees worth a total of $ 3 million and $ 639,000, about 1200 refugees (A) and two b).