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    The UAE and Somalia have signed an agreement on a water well project.

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    Somali Magazine – The United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Somalia have inked an agreement to drill water wells to help Somalis in freed areas. HE. Ahmed Alromaithi, the UAE Ambassador to Somalia, and a Somali water drilling business signed the agreement in the presence of HE. Hasan Shaikh Mahmoud, the President of Somalia, during his recent visit to the UAE.

    The water wells project is part of the UAE’s initiative to support Somalia’s liberated territories, which have been liberated from the insurgent group Al-Shabaab. The project’s goal is to supply clean and safe water to residents in these areas, who have been suffering from water scarcity and drought for years.

    The President of Somalia thanked the UAE leadership and the UAE Ambassador to Somalia for their generous and ongoing support to the Somali people. He also lauded the two administrations’ collaboration. He directed the Somalia Office of Crisis and Natural Disaster Management (SoDMA) to facilitate and oversee the project’s implementation.

    The UAE Ambassador to Somalia stated that the water wells project reflects the UAE’s commitment to supporting Somalia’s efforts to achieve stability, security, and prosperity.

    According to SoDMA, the water wells initiative will help more than 200,000 people in Somalia’s freed territories. The project will also help to improve the environmental and health conditions in these areas, as well as the livelihoods and resilience of the local inhabitants.

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