Discussion of the interventions of the Danish Council in Hodeidah Province.
A meeting with the Branch of the Supreme Council for The Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation in Hodeidah today discussed the interventions of the Danish Council for Refugees in Hodeidah province.
The meeting, which included The Deputy Director of the Council’s Branch in Hodeidah Abdullah al-Ahdal and The Country Director of the Danish Council’s Office in Yemen Audrey Crawford, reviewed the most prominent projects implemented by the Danish Council in the province during the past period and its positive indicators and the extent to which it touches the needs of the community.
The meeting touched on mechanisms to strengthen the partnership between the branch of the Council in Hodeidah and the Danish Council and the continued coordination to strengthen joint efforts to alleviate the suffering of citizens as a result of the continued aggression in targeting the province and its siege, which led to the expansion of famine and the demobilization of thousands of their work and worsened the situation Human and health.
In the meeting, which was attended by the director of the Office of the Danish Council in the province, Mubarak Ali, al-Ahdal stressed the keenness to overcome the difficulties and facilitate the tasks of the Danish Council in order to serve the humanitarian work in the province.
He expressed the hope of redoubling efforts and improving services to the community, particularly long-term projects that corresponded to the reality of need.
Crawford reviewed the activities carried out by the Danish Council in Hodeidah in the areas of health, water, protection and livelihoods. She confirmed the council’s efforts to intensify efforts in the future to implement high quality service projects that touch the needs of the people of the province.
She praised the role of the Branch of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Hodeidah in facilitating the work of the Danish Humanitarian Council.