Funded by Al-Firdous Charity in France and supervised and implemented by the Yemeni International Development Agency, a project for distributing ready-made Ramadan Iftar meals was implemented in Ma’rib Governorate over the course of 15 days from the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan.
Yesterday, a delegation from the Yemeni International Development Agency visited the earthquake-affected areas in southern Turkey, headed by Dr. Abdul Raqeeb Abbad, the agency’s president, and Mr. Weam Al-Din Al-Hadini, the agency’s general director. The delegation was briefed on the efforts made by the agency’s field team – headed by Mr. Zakaria Shaalan, director of the Turkey office. In the states of Adiyaman and Diyarbakir for more than ten consecutive days, the delegation met a number of Turkish official bodies, endowments and civil society institutions to coordinate and search for sustainable ways of cooperation to alleviate the suffering of those affected by the earthquake.
The Yemeni International Development Agency, the Yemen office, and the Communication Foundation for Human Development signed a memorandum of understanding for the construction project of Al-Aqili School, funded by the Al-Aqili family endowment and supervised by Al-Rahma International Society in the State of Kuwait. Percentage of children who are out of school. These efforts come within the framework of supporting the brothers in the sisterly State of Kuwait in supporting the Yemeni people and helping them to overcome the current crisis. The agreement was signed by Dr. Abdel-Salam Al-Salami, Executive Director of the Agency, and Mr. Obaid Omar Obaid, Director of the Office of the Communication Foundation in Marib, in the presence of Brother Dr. Jamal Qahtan, Director of Projects Management by the Agency, and Brother Dr. Abdullah Al-Juri, Director of the Alliances and Partnerships Department.
The President of the Yemeni International Development Agency, Dr. Abdul-Raqeeb Abbad, received His Excellency the Ambassador of the Republic of Yemen, Major General Muhammad Salih Tariq, at the Agency’s headquarters in Istanbul. The ambassador praised the great and proactive efforts exerted by the agency through various development projects. The two sides also discussed the importance of strengthening coordination between Yemeni institutions and organizations, and working to unify efforts to support those affected by the earthquake that struck southern Turkey. The meeting was attended by Mr. Weam Al-Din Al-Hudaini, Director General of the Agency, and Mr. Talal Jamil, the media attache of the Yemeni Embassy in Ankara.
Under the supervision of the Tanmia Charitable Association in the State of Kuwait and funded by the heirs of Abd al-Rahman Muhammad al-Judaimi, may God Almighty have mercy on him, the Yemeni International Development Agency opened the Abd al-Rahman al-Judaimi School, may God have mercy on him, for displaced students in the Sama Ma’rib neighborhood – Al-Mail area, Ma’rib Governorate, and under the auspices of the Deputy Minister of Education and Director of the Education Office in the governorate. During the opening ceremony, the education official of the executive unit for the displaced in Marib, Ali Mutair, indicated that the school will work to return hundreds of displaced male and female students who dropped out of school due to the lack of a school in the neighborhood. Ms. Beirut Al-Maflahi, coordinator of the OCHA Education Cluster, also praised the Agency’s role in implementing this project, which is a success story by all standards in light of the current conditions. It is worth mentioning that the school consists of 4 classrooms, an administration room, and two toilets. The school targets up to (400) male and female students in two shifts, morning and evening. The opening was attended by Ms. Beirut Al-Maflahi, Coordinator of the Education Cluster in Marib and Al-Jawf Governorates, Mr. Ali Mutair, Education Officer at the Executive Unit for the Displaced in Marib, Dr. Jamal Qahtan, Director of Programs and Projects at the Agency, and a large gathering of families, parents of students and dignitaries of the region. This project comes within the activities and projects of the Yemeni International Agency for Development and its interventions in the field of education at the level of Yemen, which aims to support access to education for all displaced persons and those affected by the war.
The Yemeni International Agency for Development – Turkey is launching the “Tamkeen Project”, which is an integrated course for the rehabilitation of young men and women by providing an advanced qualification program, starting with the English language, with the aim of obtaining a certificate (TOEFL) or (IELTS) and leading to professional and administrative skills needed by the labor market, with the support of the Commission. International Islamic Charity, in cooperation with the English Castle Institute.
Conditions for joining the program grant:
The applicant must have a high school diploma or its equivalent, with a minimum average of 80%.
The age of the applicant should not exceed 40 years.
The applicant for the scholarship must be fully dedicated to studying the intensive program.
The applicant undertakes to complete the study program until its end.
The applicant for the program should submit a financial guarantee at the rate of 20% of the scholarship seat fees that will be returned to him at the end of the program, or a solidarity guarantee from a sponsor accepted by the agency.
After being accepted, the applicant is required to sign a contract with the agency.
The applicant must pass the personal interview successfully.
You must ensure that all data are filled out correctly.
Ensure that the attached data and documents match.
The required documents must be attached in pdf format.
The number of seats specified for the in-person study system is the highest percentage of the online system.
Attaching previous certificates in studying English to support the acceptance rate.
Applications will be evaluated and those accepted will be contacted.
The application link will be closed on: 22.12.2022
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The Yemen International Development Agency has launched a project to support students in the Ma’rib Governorate, at Sama Marib School and Khalid Ibn Al-Walid School in Rumaila, funded and supervised by Firdaus Charity France. At the inauguration ceremony, in which school bags, uniforms and school supplies were distributed to the beneficiary students, Mr. Abdulaziz Al-Bakri, Deputy Director of the Education Office in Ma’rib Governorate praised the efforts of the Yemen International Development Agency in implementing the student support project because of its importance in motivating students’ continuation in education and supporting the process Al-Bakri also expressed his thanks to the Agency for implementing this project and many educational projects within the governorate. In his speech, Dr. Abd al-Salam al-Salami, Executive Director of the Agency, explained that the project consists of a package of projects in one project, which includes the distribution of school bags and student supplies, school uniforms, the daily school meal, medical and psychological follow-up and targets displaced students and the most needy in Ma’rib Governorate. The inauguration ceremony was attended by Mr. Saleh Al-Musai, Director of Examinations in the Education Office, Mr. Yasser Al-Haidari, the representative of the Office to the Organizations, Mr. Jamal Qahtan, Acting Project Manager, and Abdullah Al-Juri, Director of Alliances and Partnerships.
Under the auspices and management of the Yemen International Development Agency, a workshop entitled “Modern Means of Obtaining Funding and Grants for Humanitarian Institutions” was held, in which Dr. Hani Al-Banna, humanitarian expert, president and founder of the World Forum for Humanitarian Action, and a number of charitable and humanitarian work icons in the world lectured, with the participation of a large number From the heads and representatives of associations and institutions interested in humanitarian work
In the presence of the Executive Director of the Yemeni International Agency – Yemen Office, the Tender Committee began its work on Tuesday morning by opening the envelopes for the Abdul Rahman Al-Jadaimi School project in the Ma’rib Governorate – Sama Ma’rib neighborhood in the Al-Mael region, which is implemented by the Agency with funding from the Tanmia Charity Association in the State of Kuwait. This comes in the context of the Agency’s contribution to improving the educational process in Yemen by creating an appropriate environment for education. It is noteworthy that a number of institutions specialized in the field of contracting and construction submitted tenders for this project. On the official side, Mr. Abdullah Shaddad, Director of Project Management in the Education Office in the governorate, and Mr. Yasser Al-Haidari, the Organizations Coordinator at the Education Office in the governorate, attended.
Today, in Marib, a partnership and cooperation agreement was signed between the Yemen International Development Agency and the Education Office in the governorate to implement an alternative school in the Marib Sky neighborhood in the Al-Kasara area, consisting of five classrooms with its annexes, furniture and equipment with all educational supplies. The agreement was signed by Dr. Ali Al-Abab, Deputy Minister of Education, Director of the Education Office in the governorate and Executive Director of the Yemeni International Development Agency, Dr. Abdul Salam Muhammad Al-Salami, in the presence of the Director of the Public Works Office, Eng. Abdullah Al-Aqili, Deputy Director of the Education Office, Mr. Abdulaziz Al-Bakri, and Director Project Management, Mr. Abdullah Shaddad, and the Organizations Coordinator at the office, Mr. Yasser Al-Haidari from the office side, Dr. Jamal Qahtan, Acting Project Manager, and Dr. Abdullah Al-Jouri, Acting Director of Alliances and Partnerships. The project of this agreement comes as one of the development projects implemented by the Yemen International Development Agency to contribute to improving the educational process in the displacement camps, which include thousands of displaced people from outside the Ma’rib governorate. And under her supervision