People flee clashes near the Aden international airport in Aden, Yemen, on March 25, 2015. The Shiite Houthi group took control over Aden international airport after the retreat of tribal militia on Wednesday evening, a security official told Xinhua. (Xinhua)
People flee clashes near the Aden international airport in Aden, Yemen, on March 25, 2015. The Shiite Houthi group took control over Aden international airport after the retreat of tribal militia on Wednesday evening, a security official told Xinhua. (Xinhua)

Emirates group DP World has this week distributed foodstuffs to 2,000 Yemeni refugee families living in “Markazi” camp in northern Djibouti town of Obock.

People flee clashes near the Aden international airport in Aden, Yemen, on March 25, 2015. The Shiite Houthi group took control over Aden international airport after the retreat of tribal militia on Wednesday evening, a security official told Xinhua. (Xinhua)
People flee clashes near the Aden international airport in Aden, Yemen, on March 25, 2015. The Shiite Houthi group took control over Aden international airport after the retreat of tribal militia on Wednesday evening, a security official told Xinhua. (Xinhua)

The initiative was in conformity with the teachings of charity, common among Muslims during this Holy Month of Ramadan.
The operation enabled each family member to receive foodstuffs such as rice, oil, noodles, flour and milk.
The Emirates group that manages Djibouti’s port facilities, equally distributed milk, biscuits, nutritive foods and hygienic products to 135 children aged below five years.
Under the same charity operation by DP World, 500 poor Djiboutian households living in the capital received various types of foodstuffs. Enditem

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