Al-Hamli meets with the Director of Operations and Advocacy at OCHA

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, met today with the Director of Operations and Advocacy at OCHA, Edem Wsurno, and her accompanying delegation, which is currently visiting the capital, Sana’a.
During the meeting, issues linked to the humanitarian situation in Yemen were discussed in light of the worst humanitarian suffering in the world, which the Yemeni people were subjected to as a result of the war of aggression and blockade for nine years.
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council explained during the meeting that Yemen’s humanitarian situation is still deteriorating as a result of the nine-year aggression and comprehensive blockade, which worsened catastrophically after food aid was cut off due to Yemen’s support for Palestine.
Al-Hamli urged the OCHA United Nations Office to enhance its presence in conjunction with other organizations and UN agencies, as well as to work to assist displaced and impacted people.
He called for advocacy and financial mobilization, as well as efforts to restore aid disbursement in many sectors, to alleviate human suffering and prevent the slide into dangerous stages of suffering.

For her part, the Director of Operations and Advocacy at OCHA explained her keenness to address humanitarian files to alleviate the existing suffering, appreciating SCMCHA’s efforts in providing facilities and overcoming difficulties for humanitarian organizations working in Yemen.
The meeting was attended by SCMCHA’s Director General of Monitoring and Evaluation, Muhammad Al-Razza, the Director of the OCHA Office in Yemen, Marcus Werne, and the Deputy Director of the OCHA Office, Maria Rosaria.

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