U.S.-Funded Cranes Help Provide Humanitarian Support In Yemen

U.S. Department of State: U.S.-Funded Cranes Offloading Goods in Yemen
“The United States welcomes reports of the four U.S.-funded World Food Programme cranes offloading goods at Hudaydah port. These cranes are offloading key supplies for the people of Yemen and will allow greater throughput of critical humanitarian assistance and goods…” (2/9).

USAID: Statement By Spokesperson Clayton M. McCleskey On The Operation Of Mobile Cranes In Yemen Port
“…The additional capacity of these cranes will cut in half the average time it takes to unload ships, allowing food, medicine, and other necessities to reach people in need more quickly…” (2/9).

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