Al-Hamli launches cash, winter, and food aid distribution in 14 governorates with more than one billion and 800 million riyals.

Al-Hamli launches cash, winter, and food aid distribution in 14 governorates with more than one billion and 800 million riyals.

The Secretary-General of SCMCHA inaugurated in Al-Hodeidah Governorate the distribution of cash, winter and food aid to 27 thousand and 242 displaced and affected families in 14 governorates, at a cost of one billion and 828 million and 228 thousand riyals.

The projects include a cash assistance project for seven thousand and 685 beneficiary families in 14 governorates, amounting to 937 million and 570 thousand riyals, at a rate of 122 thousand for each beneficiary, within the cash assistance project, Batch 11, provided by UNCHR.

The distribution of winter cash assistance was also launched, to ten thousand and 92 beneficiaries, in 11 governorates, in the amount of 534 million and 876 thousand, at 53 thousand riyals for each beneficiary, from the winter cash assistance project, for the month of December of this year, from UNHCR.

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, also inaugurated the distribution of cash aid for shelter maintenance, the fourth batch for the month of December, to 880 beneficiary families, in five governorates, amounting to 35 million and 462 thousand riyals, in two groups, the first of which will benefit 233 beneficiary families, amounting to 80,000 riyals in five governorates, the second included 647 beneficiary families, amounting to 26,000 riyals in three governorates.


The Secretary-General of SCMCHA inaugurated the distribution of food baskets to 18,677 families whose children suffer from malnutrition, in Al-Hodeidah Governorate, provided by the Direct Aid Organization in the amount of 616 thousand dollars.

The project includes distributing food baskets to five groups, at a rate of 4,340 baskets per month for four cycles, and the fifth cycle is 1,317 baskets.

At the inauguration, the Secretary-General of SCMCHA stressed SCMCHA’s interest in working with humanitarian partners to implement development and humanitarian projects that contribute to alleviating the human suffering experienced by the Yemeni people as a result of the aggression and siege.

He explained that the number of beneficiaries from these projects is 12,286 beneficiary families, in 14 governorates, from the cash, winter and food projects that were launched.

Al-Hamli pointed out SCMCHA’s keenness to help thousands of displaced and most needy families by disbursing cash and food aid that will enable them to face human suffering and the burdens of the repercussions of the aggression and siege.

He also confirmed that SCMCHA is working in cooperation with the concerned authorities to find alternatives of WFP, which announced the suspension of food aid, under American directives.

Bringing the total amount disbursed as cash assistance to the displaced, from a multi-sectoral project funded by the UNHCR, from January to November of this year, January to November of this year, 7 billion, 186 million, thousands, and 776 thousand riyals, according to the statement of the Director General of Emergency and Displacement at SCMCHA, Naji Azman.






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