# UAE rehabilitates the oldest schools in Abyan

UAE Red Crescent representative Saeed Al Ali and Governor of Abyan Province Major General Abu Bakr Hussain today opened high school in Zanzibar after having been rehabilitated with Emirati funding.
During the opening ceremony, the Abyan governor welcomed the UAE Red Crescent team that visits the province to initiate a number of development and service projects, including high school.
The governor of Abyan praised the rapid completion of the team of the UAE Crescent, and addressed the students who said: We were in these secondary months ago and were partially destroyed by the war and today we give you this new high school with all the accessories .
Abyan governor praised the United Arab Emirates, who was credited with the liberation of Abyan by the Houthi militias and sacrificed his best men to clean up the province. Nowadays the Red Crescent of the United Arab Emirates contributes the liberation of the province against all forms of suffering by providing food aid and service projects. And development.

The representative of the UAE Red Crescent, Saeed Al Ali, delivered a speech in which he presented the greetings of his Highness Sheikh Muhammad bin Zayed Al Nahyan to the people of the Abyan Governorate and their families, the emergency relief campaign launched by His Highness for the poorest families in the next six months.

In addition to rehabilitating high school in Siddiq, the classrooms were fully equipped and the school bag was distributed to all 440 students.

The UAE Red Crescent Society distributed food packages to the 52 teachers.

Abu Bakr Hussein, governor of Abyan, told the civilians that when the United Arab Emirates intervened in the government in mid-2018 to work in the government, the government of Abyan would go from destruction to construction and reconstruction. During the opening of this morning he confirmed the validity of what he announced and predicted within a few months.
It should be noted that high school in Abyan Governorate was established in 1972 as the first high school in the province and graduated from high officials.

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