While the Yemeni people were taking their last breaths, the last remaining living vein was beating again with the opening of the Hodeidah seaports. At the same time, the Yemeni Red Sea Ports Corporation is being rehabilitated at Hodeidah port to meet the upcoming challenges.
At a meeting held at the main office of the Yemeni Red Sea Ports Foundation in Al-Hudaydah, it was discussed how well administrative, technical, and field responsibilities were being carried out. Additionally, it included the procedures for receiving ships and their cargo to enhance navigational traffic. On April 7, the meeting was presided over by Captain Mohammed Abubakar bin Ezzhaq.
The discussions touched upon technical aspects of Al-Hudaydah ports and their operational capacity to receive all coming commercial vessels.
During the meeting, Captain Ezzhaq paid tribute to the interest of the revolutionary leadership and the Supreme Political Council in the various transport sectors, which are very important to serve the Yemeni people as they represent a major artery of the commercial movement.
He was grateful for the foundation’s staff’s efforts to continue working in a technical and professional manner in spite of the challenging circumstances they had faced. It should be noted that the upcoming phase also represents a genuine wager on the success and development of the enterprise’s course of action and improved port management.
A few days later, on Sunday, the Yemen Red Sea Ports Foundation’s (YRSPsF), General Department of Human Resources’ Training and Qualification Department officially launched the training program for 1444H-2023.
The Foundation’s General Director of Human Resources, Ahmed Atta, gave the following explanation at the opening of the Training and Qualification Center in Al-Hudaydah port: “The launch of the recently approved plan is a part of implementations of the directives of the National Rescue Government and the interest of the Transport Ministry and the leadership of the Foundation staff working in YRSPsF to improve skills and expertise technically and administratively.
The performance of several technical and administrative courses in the area of occupational safety for all staff members working in the Foundation’s ports, he said, would take place in the subsequent phase. A one-week long first aid training for 20 trainees from all public administrations of the school was launched during the inauguration. The ability to handle any kind of emergency or incident is taught to employees.
Noting that the upcoming stage also represents a true wager on the success and development of the enterprise’s course of action and improved port management,
The challenges that the Foundation faced over those years, he noted, should serve as motivation to achieve greater success, encourage effort and self-reliance, and start putting ambitious ideas and focused projects into action. In the interest of the general public and the country, the Foundation’s president asked managers, employees, and staff to help achieve the desired achievement.
The participants concluded by thanking and expressing their gratitude to the Foundation’s leadership, the General Department of Human Resources, and the Department of Training and Qualification for starting the training program with workers as well as staff at Al-Hudaydah ports.
This article was originally published by Al-Thawra.
Translated by Ahmed Abdu-Almalik Al-ansi