Al-Hamli and Qahim inaugurate a maintenance and rehabilitation project on the main Sanaa Street in Al-Hodeidah.

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, and the Governor of Hodeidah, Muhammad Ayyash Qahim, opened a 17.26-kilometre-long maintenance and rehabilitation project for the main Sana’a Street in the city of Hodeidah.

The length of the first section of the street, which extends from Al-Shaab Roundabout to Al-Thawra Hospital Authority, is four kilometers and 26 metres, while the second section extends from the intersection of Jamal Street with Sanaa Street to Al-Gharasi Roundabout, with a length of six kilometers, and the third section extends from Al-Gharasi Roundabout to Al-Safin Roundabout of kilo16 with seven kilometers long.

The project, which is implemented by the Executive Unit of the Road Maintenance Fund, with funding from the World Bank, through UNOPS, aims to maintain and rehabilitate the main streets of Al-Hodeidah.

During the opening, which was attended by the Director of SCMCHA’s branch in Hodeidah, Jaber Al-Razhi, the Secretary-General of SCMCHA indicated that the project comes within the framework of SCMCHA’s interest in directing funds to implement sustainable development and service projects that meet the needs of citizens and contribute to alleviating human suffering, as a result of the repercussions of the aggression and siege.

The project was considered one of the main projects that will serve the people of the governorate, and will contribute to addressing the damage to the roads as a result of the aggression’s raids.

Al-Hamli pointed out the importance of implementing the project to rehabilitate and maintain Sanaa Street, which connects the governorate to the eastern and southern districts and a number of neighboring governorates, as well as Jamal Street, which connects the governorate to a number of coastal and southern districts.

Al Hamli confirmed SCMCHA’s the keenness to provide the needs of the people of Hodeidah Governorate for service and development projects that touch the daily lives of citizens, including road projects.

In turn, the Governor of Hodeidah appreciated SCMCHA efforts in implementing the important project for the people of the governorate in light of the current circumstances that the country is going through as a result of the American-British aggression and the Saudi-Emirati siege.

He stressed that the rehabilitation and maintenance of the road enhances interest in urgent service and development projects that the local authority relies on to address problems and damage to traffic lines and prevent traffic accidents.

The opening was attended by the Director General of Monitoring and Evaluation at SCMCHA , Mohammed Al-Razza, and Dirctor of local organizations, Abdul Salam Al-Nawab.

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