The Japanese government has provided $3m in aid to help set up eight temporary clinics in Yemen.
The cash was provided through the United Nations Office for Project services, the Yemen News Agency (SABA) reported.
The clinics will operate in Aden, Lahj, Abyan, Dhale’, Marib, Shabwa, Hadhramout and Mahra, the Ministry of Public Health said.
Every clinic will be equipped with a fully equipped laboratory, ultrasound and x-ray equipment, and an ECG and examination room.
Meanwhile Yemen’s Minister of Information, Culture and Tourism Muamar Al-Eryani has praised Japan’s humanitarian efforts in Yemen during a meeting with Charge D’Affairs of the Japanese Embassy in Yemen Kazohiro Higashe on Wednesday, according to SABA.
The two discussed mutual relations between Japan and Yemen, as well as ways to enhance the countries’ bilateral ties.
Al-Eryani also shared the latest developments in Yemen, including the Houthis’ violations of the UN Truce and the militia’s refusal to end the siege in Taiz, SABA reported.
For his part, the Japanese diplomat confirmed his country’s support for Yemen’s legitimacy, security, and stability.