Future University receives the Study of Yemeni Migration-Reciprocal Impacts

Future University in the Yemeni capital of Sanaa received a copy of the Study of Yemeni Migration-Reciprocal Impacts today, which was prepared by the Al-Khair Foundation for Social Development under the patronage of the late Dr. Alwan Al-Shibani, the first tourism man in Yemen. The Study , which consists of nine volumes, is an important reference for the study of Yemeni migration and its effects on Yemen and the world.

It helps to raise awareness of the role and impact of Yemeni migrants in their host countries. The handover ceremony was attended by: Professor Dr. Abdulhadi Hussein Al-Hamdani, chairman of the board of trustees of Future University, Dr. Mounir Al-Azani, dean of academic affairs, Mr. Akram Al-Ashmori, assistant general secretary, and Mr. Abdulwahhab Al-Azab, director of public relations, as well as members of the advertising committee, Dr. Amr bin Madhikarib Al-Hamdani, a member of the Shura Council, and Mr. Al-Azi Al-Salawi, advisor to the Ministry of Expatriate Affairs. In a speech during the ceremony, Dr. Amr bin Madhikarib Al-Hamdani confirmed that the encyclopedia sought to highlight the role and impact of Yemeni migrants in their host countries.

It also touched on the underlying causes of Yemeni migration throughout history, and it provides information and research on the Yemeni people and their impact on the world in all political, economic, social, and cultural spheres. It also covers the history of Yemeni migration and the role played by Yemeni migrants in developing the countries that hosted them. Al-Hamdani pointed out that the encyclopedia represents a national project that reflects the cultural role of Yemeni migrants in their host countries and in exile in Africa, Europe, America, Canada, and the Gulf Arab states. The university's central library has been equipped with printed and electronic copies of the encyclopedia, which are available to all researchers.

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