Discussion of the mechanism for implementing the project of sustainable solutions for displaced people in Themar.
A meeting in Thamar province today included the acting governor of Thamar, the local secretary general of the province, Mujahid Shayef al-Ansi, and the Secretary General of the Supreme Council for The Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation Abdul Mohsen Tawoos, the mechanism for implementing the project of sustainable solutions for displaced and host communities that willbe implemented by ACTED organization in the province.
In the meeting, in the presence of First Deputy Governor Fahad Al-Mrouni, Acted Director Robert Simpson , the executive directors , Al-Ansi reviewed the challenges facing the local authority and the needs of the province in various areas including health, humanitarian, water, and drainage .
He pointed out the importance of expanding the interventions of organizations in the implementation of projects that meet the needs of society in various service sectors. He stressed the local authority’s readiness to provide facilities to The ACTED organization in the implementation of the multi-sector sustainable solutions project.
The Acting Governor praised the efforts of the Supreme Council in coordinating the activities of international organizations as well as meeting the humanitarian and service needs of displaced persons and the host community.
Tawoos said the visit to Thamar province is part of humanitarian activities for the interventions of organizations working in Yemen.
The aim of the meeting was to discuss the needs of the province and to select the areas and sectors that the project will target in the areas of health, food, water and solid waste.
He referred to the needs of the province. that was provided to the Council and the possibility of studying and raising them to start implementing activities. He stressed the importance of coordinating humanitarian efforts between the various stakeholders and implementing projects that touch the needs of society and contribute to alleviating the suffering of displaced persons and citizens under difficult circumstances as a result of the aggression and siege.
Robert Simpson, director of The French ACTED , discussed the project of sustainable solutions for displaced and multi-sector host communities in food security, health and water.
He pointed to the mechanism of implementation of the project and the importance of coordination with the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs, the local authority and related authorities, which contributes to its success.
The meeting was attended by the head of the Department of International Cooperation of the Supreme Council for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Manaa al-Asal, director of the council’s branch in the province, Eng. Munir Al-Marouni, deputy project manager of the Council, Imad Hajar, and the officials of relations and coordination of the Organization of Acted Abdullah Al-Qadi, Security and Safety Ali Al-Droui.