Time: October 09, 2018
Riyadh-based King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief)
has launched training programs for the fish sector in Mukalla city in
Hadramout province as part of a project to improve livelihoods in Yemen,
benefiting 100 fishermen in Hadramout governorate at a total cost of
35,000 US dollars.
The director of the project to improve livelihoods, Hadi Bajbeir,
announced the delivery of the GPS device as a grant to training
beneficiaries, stressing that the project aims to enable fishermen,
qualifying and supporting them, and providing professional, financial
and administrative advice to them.
This article was first published in AlRiyadh Daily
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