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The deputy ministers of water and environment and planning and international cooperation paid a visit to water projects at Sa

The deputy minister of water and environment Mr. Abdulghani Almadani and deputy minister of planning and international cooperation Mr. Ali Alkuhlani conmended the efforts exerted by NFDHR, adherence to time in completing the projects, and its role in the areas of development, humanitarian, and relief in Sa'ada Governorate, (Sehar and Al-Safra'a districts.).
 
Currently, NFDHR is constructing/Rehabilitating four water projects funded by UNICEF in Wadi Nushor(Al-Safra'a District) and Wadi Rubai and Doe Hunaish (Sahar District).
 
The deputy ministers accompanied by the excutive director of NFDHR Eng. Mohammed Salah, during their visit to the aforementioned projects, assured that those projects will relieve the suffering of people getting save potable water in the two districts.
 
Eng. Salah, in turn, confirmed that all the work on the water projects is about to end. He further pointed out that those projects will benefit more than 34,000 IDPs and local community members in 39 villages in the two districts. He also commended the local authority for cooperating with NFDHR team and working on facilitating their work.
The project [WASH & C4D ] Contains:
First, Constructing a 200 cubic meter ground water tank and installing two pumps powered by solar energy including co construction of three rooms and spare electric generators to maintain continuous water pumping and one water pipeline network that is around 85 km for Alasaed Nushoor project.
Second,  Constructing a 100 cubic meter elevated water tank and importing and installing solar pumping systems including co construction of three rooms and spare electric generator to maintain continuous water pumping, and rehabilitation of water pipeline networkfor for Wadi Rubai project.
Third, Importing and installing solar pumping systems and spare electric generator to maintain continuous water pumping, and rehabilitation of water pipeline network for Doe Hunaish project.