Al-Hamli inaugurates a project to build 75 housing units for the most affected families in the Bajil district of Al- Hodeidah

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, inaugurated a project to build 75 housing units for the most affected families, in Bajil District, Hodeidah Governorate.

The project consist of 75 housing units, each unit including two rooms, a bathroom, and a kitchen, for the families most affected by the floods, the poor, and Ahfad Bilal in Bajil District, at a cost of $440,000, funded by the United Humanitarian Foundation and implemented by the Haidara Foundation.

During the opening, in the presence of the Director General of Monitoring and Evaluation, Muhammad Al-Razza, and the Director of the Haidara Foundation, Suhair Al-Muaydi, the Secretary-General of SCMCHA affirm that building housing units for these families contributes to alleviating their suffering.

He pointed to SCMCHA’s keenness and concern for the most affected families through the implementation of a housing units project for them, stressing the importance of the quality of the units and providing them with water tanks.

In turn, the Director of the Haidara Foundation appreciated the efforts of the leadership of SCMCHA in implementing the project, as it would provide adequate shelter for the most affected families and alleviate their suffering.

The opening was attended by the Director General of Local Organizations, Abdul Salam Al-Nawab, and a number of local authority officials in the governorate.

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