The Lebanese pound is strong as the Central Bank boasts foreign currency reserves of $45 billion.
Money exchange offices in Sanaa have stopped trading in hard currencies after the riyal collapsed to an all-time low against the US dollar.
Low-income youth and families across the kingdom can receive help in securing affordable accommodation through various means.
Recent flooding has underscored the need to repair the area's failing infrastructure and build a foundation for other forms of development.
Periodic meetings will be held with representatives of political parties in order to address the country's economic and social challenges.
The Saudi-Emirati Co-ordination Council is facilitating enhanced co-operation on economic, developmental and security issues.
Gulf leaders have signaled a resumption of tourism to Lebanon, with the number of visitors expected to increase after Eid al-Fitr.
As he begins his second term in office, Egypt's president has pledged to continue to fight extremism and oversee economic reforms.
The northern governorates are most affected by water scarcity issues, with demand rising by 40% in areas with the highest refugee concentration.
Analysts say the new government's main challenge will be to put together a long-term economic strategy that avoids past issues.