المجلس الأعلى لإدارة وتنسيق الشؤون الإنسانية والتعاون الدولي

capital Secretariat receives first batch of waste collection boxes.

Today, the Capital Secretariat received 381 waste collection Boxes, supported by the United Nations Project Services Organization (UNOPS), in the presence of The Capital Secretary Hammoud Abad and Secretary General of SCMCHA , Abdul Mohsen Tawoos.

The receipt of the Capital Secretariat, represented by the waste-lift box clean-up project, is part of the first batch of the 1,400 boxes signed with the Capital Secretariat.

The Secretary of the Capital praised the efforts of UNOBS in supporting the secretariat’s projects in various fields, primarily clean-up, stone paving, asphalt and lighting projects.

He expressed the hope that priority projects would be supported, especially in light of the emergency conditions faced by the Secretariat of the Capital as a result of the rains.

These projects are considered to be part of the plans of the local authority of the secretariat to raise the level of hygiene and environmental conservation services. He pointed out the importance of the role of community participation, organizations and initiatives to raise the level of community awareness of the importance of hygiene.

He reviewed the challenges facing the secretariat’s clean-up project, most notably the scarcity of capabilities, limited equipment and the need for additional equipment and mechanisms to deal with emergency work, especially during flood and rain disasters and the lifting of dust accumulated in flood streams.

Tawoos praised UNOBS’ interventions in supporting infrastructure projects in the capital’s secretariat and its contribution to enhancing the efforts of cleanliness, stone paving and lighting.

He considered this to be a positive step to support the provision of waste collection boxes, which would improve the level of hygiene services.

They noted that these boxes would be distributed to areas where there were no barrels to collect waste and waste from the inhabitants of the neighborhoods, which were not accessed by direct collection mechanisms.

The delivery was attended by The Secretariat’s Director of The Hygiene Project, Ibrahim Al-Sarabi, Fadel Al-Roni, Executive Director of the General Directorate of Mechanisms, Engineer Jamal Juesh.

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