Saudi Arabia starts medical and education project in Yemen
The Saudi Development and Reconstruction Program for Yemen (SDRPY) launched the first phase of the King Salman Medical and Educational City project in the Mahra, Yemen.
The project, costing SR213 million, will be spread over an area of 1 million sq. meters.
Mohammad Al-Hadi, SDRPY representative, said the first phase of the project includes the establishment of a 110-bed hospital.
Two other Saudi key projects in Yemen include the rehabilitation of Aden International Airport at a cost of SR544 million and work on Al-Abr road in the city of Marib at a cost of SR36 million.
SDRPY focuses on seven key sectors: Agriculture and fisheries, health, water, education, energy, transportation, and government and public sector infrastructure.
It has so far completed 198 projects in the above-mentioned sectors.