Tawoos inspects the progress of work on road maintenance projects and rehabilitation of gardens.
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Abdul Mohsen Tawoos, and The Governor of Dhamar Mohammed Al-Bakhiti, were briefed on the level of completion in the rehabilitation project of the 22 May Park provided by the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS).
In the visit, Tawoos stressed the importance of supporting organizations in the fields of development, He also praisrd the efforts of UNOPS in implementing service projects in Dhamar and some provinces, calling on UNOPS to implement the development services needed by the country, especially after the systematic destruction of the infrastructure destroyed by the aggression.
He pointed out the role of SCMCHA in coordinating and implementing interventions with UNOPS in paving a number of streets, rehabilitating three parks ,providing solar energy to schools and health centers.
For his part, Governor Al-Bakhiti pointed out that the interventions of the UNPOS are concrete in alleviating the suffering of the community, Pointing out the importance of completing road and street paving projects funded by UNOPS.
Al-Bakhiti stressed the need for the province to maintain many projects in various fields of service and humanitarian, especially in light of the continuing aggression and siege. He stressed that the Supreme Council provides all the facilities to donor organizations in the implementation of projects, addressing the challenges faced by the province in providing basic services due to the scarcity of possibilities and the continued displacement to the province.
In addition, The Secretary General of the Supreme Council, Abdul Mohsen Tawoos, First Deputy Governor Fahd Al-Marouni and agents Mahmoud al-Jubin and Ali Atef, inspected the progress of the emergency road maintenance project under the supervision of the Road Maintenance Fund and world bank funding through the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNPS) for about $6.5 million.
They also inspected the projects in the presence of the UNPOS consultant Khaldoan Salah ,the project coordinator for the public works project, Engineer Mohamed Thabet, the paving projects of a number of streets and the rehabilitation of parks carried out by the public works project funded by UNOPS at a cost of $770,000.
They were briefed on the level of achievement in the maintenance of four sections of next to the oil company to the Tour of Kamran, the southern entrance of the city and the western and the southern road of the province.
They also inspected the south street of the administrative base that was completed, and the progress of the rehabilitation project of Al-Hamdi Park, which reached an 80 per cent completion rate and the paving work on 16th Street, the link between the province and al Majazra .
They were accompanied during the visits by The Dhmar General Hospital Authority Chairman Dr. Mohammed Al-Ghaghm, the directors of the Water Foundation, Engineer Taha al-Hindi, the Branch of the Supreme Council, Engineer Munir Al-Maroni, Traffic Brigadier Ali Al-Washali, The Occupational Safety Officer of the Public Works Project, Engineer Mohammed Al-Joulehi, The Water Coordinator of The UNOPS Abdul Wahab Salah, Communication Coordinator Hind Al-Iriani and a number of specialists.