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Last updated: 10:20:51 PM GMT(+03) Saturday, 10, April, 2010
 
 

UNICEF: Yemen Makes Noticeable Progress on Education, Healthcare

 
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The UNICEF representative in Yemen Aboudou Karimou Adjibade has said that Yemen has made a noticeable progress in areas such as education, healthcare and care of women and child.

During an honoring ceremony for Adjibade at the end of his tenure in the country, he said that despite difficulties has already overcome some obstacles making the progress.

We should work together to meet goals, he urged during the ceremony that was organized by the Islah Charity and attended by Deputy Minister for Social and Labor Affairs, and representatives of local and international organizations.
 

 

 

 

 


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