Al-Hamli meets with UN Resident Coordinator and Humanitarian Affairs Coordinator

Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, met today with the new UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator, Julian Harneis.
The discussion touched upon a variety of subjects, including the humanitarian situation in Yemen as a result of the siege and aggression, as well as potential humanitarian measures to alleviate human suffering.

In the meeting, the Secretary-General of SCMCHA welcomed the UN Resident Coordinator, wishing him success in his duties.

Al-Hamli confirmed that SCMCHA is the only window for humanitarian work in Yemen and provides all facilities to proceed with the implementation of humanitarian work tasks and the obligations of UN organizations, agencies and programs in the field of humanitarian work, especially with organizations that work in accordance with the principles and values ​​of humanitarian work and respect the values, customs and traditions of the Yemeni people in a way that ensures alleviation of The repercussions of the world’s worst human suffering caused by aggression and blockade.

He pointed out the importance of strengthening the positive roles of UN and international organizations and neutralizing and separating humanitarian work from the political file.

Al-Hamli highlighted the importance of keeping pace with humanitarian work by moving from emergency projects to sustainable projects according to priorities that meet the needs of citizens and contribute to alleviating their suffering.

For his part, the United Nations Resident Coordinator appreciated SCMCHA’s efforts in coordinating and facilitating the work of humanitarian organizations working in Yemen, noting UN keenness to move to sustainable development projects according to needs, in full coordination with SCMCHA.

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