A meeting today in Sanaa to discuss the humanitarian need and response plan for the year 2024
A meeting today in Sanaa discussed the humanitarian need and response plan for the year 2024, submitted by SCMCHA’s branches, concerned parties, Culster and organizations, to develop performance and implement the humanitarian need and response plan.
At the meeting, the Assistant Secretary-General of SCMCHA, Muhammad Fares, pointed out the importance of reviewing the outcomes of the discussions held between Clusters,SCMCHA’s branches , and government offices in the governorates, and coming up with a realistic response plan that touches the community’s needs and achieves the greatest possible benefit from the aid provided to them.
He declared the Council’s hope that the response plan for the coming year will be a model that is consistent with humanitarian principles and focusing on long-term interventions, limiting projects that are not considered priorities, and focusing on meeting the needs of the most vulnerable communities.
Fares stated that everyone is aware of the humanitarian crisis and economic repercussions that the Yemeni people are facing, and that humanitarian organizations working in Yemen know the extent of the suffering, of which numbers can only reflect a small portion.
He stressed SCMCHA’s keenness to facilitate the work of organizations and deliver aid to beneficiaries, stressing the importance of hard work and continuous coordination with SCMCHA to overcome difficulties.
The Assistant Secretary-General of SCMCHA confirm the importance of unifying visions and coming up with a realistic response plan that touches the needs of the Yemeni people to achieve the objectives of humanitarian work and contribute to alleviating human suffering.
The Deputy Director of OCHA Maria Rosaria, along with the head of the SCMCHA’s Planning and Evaluation Department, Ali Al-Kahlani, emphsized the importance of serious and joint work to achieve the objectives of humanitarian work, to alleviate the human suffering suffered by Yemeni people.
The two-day meeting stressed the concerted efforts between the concerned authorities, clusters and organizations, in accordance with humanitarian work mechanisms and the priorities of the need plan, to achieve the common goal of reducing existing human suffering.
The meeting was attended by directors of the SCMCHA departments, representatives of concerned authorities, clusters, and a number of relevant organizations.