The Housing Society for the Workers and Employees of the Yemen Red Sea Ports Corporation launched the second phase of the project of distributing residential land plots for workers’ and employee families in the residential city, which will benefit 565 beneficiaries.
At the inauguration, the Foundation’s Vice Chairman, Eng. Yahya Abbas Sharaf Al-Din, praised this step, which coincides with the sixth anniversary of the September 21 Revolution and the 58th anniversary of the September 26 Revolution, considering the handing over of the housing association’s lands to the second phase as the beginning of the association’s launch to provide other projects in the residential city.
While the Chairman of the Administrative Board of the Society, Muhammad Abdul Rahman, reviewed what the association has achieved within the framework of its responsibilities and goals in the past years and its directions during the coming years to provide residential lands for the employees and workers of the institution.
He pointed out that the launch of the second phase of the land distribution project in the residential city comes as a continuation of the first phase that was launched in 2014.
He referred to the challenges facing the association in the face of the success of its work and improving the conditions of its workers … calling for the cooperation of the relevant authorities, in the forefront of the institution and the General Authority for Land, Survey and Urban Planning to preserve lands and provide support for most activities and programs of the association.
He praised the support of the state and government leaderships and the local authority in the governorate and the Yemeni Red Sea Ports Corporation in overcoming the obstacles that faced and facing the work of the housing association and bringing the project to reality.
The inauguration was attended by a number of general managers of the Corporation’s departments, employees and workers.