Al-Houthi authorities in Dhamar recognize their disposition of the grant to teachers according to newly prepared statements

Al-Houthi authorities in Dhamar recognize their disposition of the grant to teachers according to newly prepared statements

The authorities of the al-Houthi group in the central province Dhamar acknowledged that the disbursement of the Saudi-UAE grant to the education sector employees through the United Nations Children's Organization (UNICEF) was not in accordance with the 2014 disclosures.

The Director of the Education office in the Governorate of Dhamar (designated by the Houthis) acknowledged that the office prepared new statements according to the statements made by the principals and the disclosure of the Directors of the Directorate Education offices in the directorates, who are under Houthis control.

The director of the Houthi education office in Dhamar Ahmed al-Wishley, spoke to a web site of Houthis, denying dropping the names of the old teachers and replacing them with new names.

But he came back. He said that there are about 4,000 teachers and instructors who have been accredited, and have been given the incentive as a second stage, and the process will be done by the committees tasked with verifying them in the second half of March.

The Deputy Director of education, Dhamar Saeed al-Ghaberi, who is assigned by al-Houthi group as chairman of the Technical Incentives Committee, also admitted that the incentive is conditional for school workers from an administrative body and fixed teachers, and volunteers with educational qualifications above high school certificates, and according to the October 2018 declarations provided from the schools and approved from the education offices of the directorates.

Al-Houthi's adoption of new disclosures from 2018 was approved by its members, unlike the Minister of Education, Dr. Abdallah Lamlas, who said in November last year, "the ministry will have the main role of the incentives project for teachers within the Saudi and UAE's scholarship of  $70 million "will be transferred to the central bank of Aden and then the direct distribution to teachers and displaced beneficiaries on the basis of the 2014 disclosures in full coordination between UNICEF and the Ministry of Education in the interim capital of Aden.


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