Al-Hamli discusses with the United Nations coordinator the repercussions of the humanitarian situation in Yemen

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, discussed today, in Saada Governorate, with the UN Resident Coordinator – Humanitarian Coordinator Julian Harness, the challenges and repercussions of the humanitarian situation in Yemen.


The Secretary-General of SCMCHA , In the presence of the director of the UN organizations at SCMCHA, Turki Jamil, director the Monitoring and Evaluation Officer at SCMCHA, Muhammad Al-Razza, and the director of OCHA office in Yemen, Marcus Werne, reviewed the repercussions of stopping food aid on millions of displaced and affected people.


He touched on the most affected service sectors in Yemen, ways to implement projects, protect historical cities, the return of IDPs , and the United Nations’ commitments to support the cleansing of areas affected by the remnants of aggression and cluster bombs.


Al-Hamli pointed out the nature of the damage on the service side as a result of the repercussions that were reflected in its performance due to the aggression and siege, and the extent of the need for broad projects and interventions in various sectors to reduce the burden and challenges facing Yemen.


The Secretary-General of SCMCHA confirmed that the halting of aid and the failure of the United Nations to fulfill all its obligations to address the humanitarian situation, including removing mines and remnants of aggression and supporting the executive center, doubled the number of victims.


He called for the importance of implementing projects that limit the damage caused by floods, including historical cities, by rehabilitating damaged homes and buildings in Saada Governorate and the rest of the governorates.


He highlighted the importance of continuing to implement development and service projects in all Yemeni governorates, including Saada Governorate, as it is one of the governorates most affected by the aggression, which has massively destroyed infrastructure.

Al-Hamli confirmed that SCMCHA provides all facilities to organizations in all governorates to deliver all aid.

In turn, the UN coordinator  in Yemen explained that UN is working to assess the needs for the continued implementation of projects.

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