“With the supervision of the Charitable Development Association in Kuwait and funding from the heirs of Abdulrahman Mohammed Al-Judaimi, may he rest in peace, the Yemeni International Development Agency inaugurated the Abdulrahman Al-Judaimi School for Displaced Students in the Sky neighborhood of Marib – Al-Meel area, Marib Governorate. The inauguration was held under the patronage of the Deputy Minister of Education and Director of the Education Office in the governorate.
During the opening ceremony, the education official at the Executive Unit for Displaced Persons in Marib, Ali Matir, noted that the school would work to reintegrate hundreds of displaced students, both boys and girls, who dropped out of school due to the lack of a school in the neighborhood.
Mrs. Beirut Al-Muflahi, the coordinator of the Education Cluster at OCHA (Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs), praised the role of the agency in implementing this project, which she considers a success story in all its dimensions, especially given the current circumstances.
It’s worth mentioning that the school consists of 4 classrooms, an administrative room, and two restrooms. The school aims to serve up to 400 students in both morning and evening shifts.
The opening ceremony was attended by Mrs. Beirut Al-Muflahi, the coordinator of the Education Cluster in Marib and Al-Jawf governorates, Mr. Ali Matir, the education official at the Executive Unit for Displaced Persons in Marib, Dr. Jamal Qahtan, the Director of Programs and Projects at the agency, and a large number of parents, guardians, and community leaders.
This project is part of the activities and projects of the Yemeni International Development Agency and its interventions in the field of education across Yemen, aiming to support access to education for all displaced and war-affected individuals.”