المجلس الأعلى لإدارة وتنسيق الشؤون الإنسانية والتعاون الدولي

Meeting in Sana’a discusses topics of multi-sector survey.

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation(SCMCHA), Abdul Mohsen Tawoos, discussed today with the United Nations Resident Representative, The Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs in Yemen Liz Grandi, the topics related to the multi-sector survey and the procedures related to the survey to be completed as well as starting the process of survey next week.

The meeting, which was attended by the head of the Department of International Cooperation, Manaa Al-Asal, the head of the single -window sector Hamza al-Mukhtar, and the acting head of the planning department, Matehar Zide, the head of the IOM mission, Christa Rotensaner, the director of the OCHA office, Aydin O’Leary, and the acting representative of UNICEF John Luca, reviewed the details the rest of the procedures that ensure the implementation of the surveys in a timely manner and focus on the implementation of what has been agreed and start the process of training researchers and surveyors for multi-sector survey as well as complete the procedures and start implementing the intelligent survey in the three agreed provinces.

In the meeting, the Secretary General of the Supreme Council stressed the readiness of the Council from an early age to carry out the surveys. He affirmed the importance of speeding up the completion of the survey process because of its importance in determining the actual need and the development of response plans to contribute of alleviating the suffering of the Yemeni people.

In turn , Grande praised recent efforts to bring views closer together and to remove misunderstandings that have hampered many of the steps.

She pointed out that the continuation of constructive meetings and discussions can find solutions to all problems and move forward positively in the course of humanitarian work in general.

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