Destruction of expired food and medicine of WFP in Yemeni Shabwa

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2019-12-26 | Since 1 Month

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Sana'a, which is under the control of the Houthi group (Ansar Allah), is not the only one that damages corrupt humanitarian food or drug aid provided by the World Food Program, Yemeni governorates administered by the internationally recognized government, they also do so, the most recent of which is Shabwa Governorate, southeastern Yemen.

On Wednesday, the Public Funds Prosecution and the Industry and Trade Bureau in Shabwa destroyed damaged quantities of food and medicine expired, provided by the World Food Program.

The Aden-based Yemeni News Agency "Saba",, quoted the deputy of the Public Funds Prosecution, Judge Mohsen Butam.

According to local sources in Shabwa, the expired food and drug items were seized from shops, drug stores and health centers.

The amount destroyed was estimated as "1500 rice bags, 1300 wheat bags, 600 oil cartons, 800 lentils", all of which is provided by the World Food Program.

Many accusations have been made about a year ago for the World Food Program and a number of humanitarian organizations working in Yemen, that they provide food and drug aid that is spoiled and unfit for human consumption.



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