The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors has approved a grant of $50 million to support the Emergency Integrated Urban Services Project in Yemen. The World Bank said in a statement that this additional financing is directed at re-facilitating access to essential urban services and strengthening the resilience of specific cities in Yemen to external shocks.

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Tamara Boulos

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