Saudi Development and Reconstruction Program for Yemen lays foundations for new school
The Saudi Development and Reconstruction Program for Yemen (SDRPY) has laid the foundations for a new school to be built in the Nisab District in Yemen’s Shabwah, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported on Thursday.
The project will see the construction of a 12-classroom school, equipped with the relevant tools required to ensure children in the governorate have access to quality education, according to SPA.
The SDRPY supports Yemen’s education sector through 52 development projects and initiatives, and includes the establishment of 23 schools and centers for gifted children in the country, SPA reported.
The schools have several facilities including scientific laboratories, computer laboratories, and sports fields.
The SDRPY projects also include the building and renovating of universities, providing learning tools for educational facilities, printing and distributing textbooks, and launching safe transportation services to schools and universities, SPA said.
Under the SDRPY, hundreds of male and female students in Yemen have been given educational opportunities in a stimulating and integrated educational environment.
The projects have also supported students’ extracurricular activities and provided them with creative opportunities.
The SDRPY has launched hundreds of development projects and programs that target multiple sectors including education, health, infrastructure, energy, and water.