Abdulkarim Al-Arhabi

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Abdulkarim Al-Arhabi
Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs
In office
2006–2012
President Ali Abdullah Saleh
Succeeded by Mohamed Al Saadi
Minister of Planning and International Cooperation
In office
2006–2012
President Ali Abdullah Saleh
Minister of Social Affairs and Labor
In office
2001–2006
President Ali Abdullah Saleh
Personal details
Born Yemen

Abdulkarim Ismail Al-Arhabi (Arabic: عبدالكريم اسماعيل الارحبي‎) was the Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Minister of Planning and International Cooperation in the Republic of Yemen.[1] He was also the Managing Director of the Social Fund for Development, which was established in 1997.[2] Al-Arhabi held the post of Minister of Social Affairs and Labor from 2001 to 2006, when he was appointed Deputy Prime Minister for Economic Affairs and Minister of Planning and International Cooperation.[3][4] On April 30, 2010, the World Bank awarded Al-Arhabi the Jit Gill Memorial Award for Outstanding Public Service for being "a key champion in the battle to reduce poverty, improve governance and broaden economic growth for Yemen." [1]

Following the anti-government 2011 Yemeni protests, President Ali Abdullah Saleh fired all members of the Cabinet of Yemen on March 20, 2011. The cabinet members will remain in place until a new government is formed.[5]

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