Al-Hamli and Qahim inaugurate a rehabilitation project for 270 houses damaged by the aggression in Al-Durayhimi and Al-Hawk
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 Qahim, opened a project to rehabilitate and restore 270 homes damaged by the aggression in Al-Durayhimi and Al-Hawk districts.
The project, which was implemented by JAAHD with funding from UNHCR and under the supervision of SCMCHA, includes the rehabilitation of 205 homes in Al-Durayhimi District and 65 homes in Al-Hawk District, at a cost of 562,500 dollars.
During the opening, the Secretary-General of SCMCHA explained that this project will assist the displaced whose homes were damaged in the Al-Hawk and Al-Durayhimi districts to return to their communities and homes following their rehabilitation.
Al-Hamli confirmed that SCMCHA was eager to increase coordination efforts with humanitarian partners to provide financing and support toward resolving some of the damage and repercussions left by the aggression on the service and humanitarian aspects of the various districts of Hodeidah Governorate.
For his part, Governor Qahim appreciated SCMCHA’s efforts and its branch in Hodeidah’s contribution to addressing the severe damage caused by the aggression in the governorate’s districts, including the homes and service infrastructure that were damaged.
He called on the displaced residents of Al-Durayhimi District to return to their homes, stressing that they would be equipped like the rest of the homes of all the displaced people in the district.
Meanwhile, Jaber Al-Razhi, the director of SCMCHA’s governorate branch, stated that work is underway to restore and remedy damage in a number of homes in Al-Durayhimi District, with the assistance of donors and the Zakat Authority.
Muhammad Al-Razza, Director General of Monitoring and Evaluation at the SCMCHA, and Abdul Salam Al-Nawab, Director of Local Organizations, attended the inauguration.