Discussion about the project to enhance the resilience of institutions and economic recovery.
A meeting was held in Sana’a today to discuss the project to strengthen the resilience of institutions and promote economic recovery in Yemen.
The meeting, in the presence of Deputy Prime Minister for Services and Development, Dr. Hussein Maqbobi, Deputy Prime Minister for National Vision Affairs Mahmoud al-Junaid, and Secretary General of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs Abdul Mohsen Tawoos, reviewed the summary of the project to strengthen the resilience of institutions and the economy in Yemen to face the difficult conditions that Yemen is going through as a result of the aggression and blockade which require strengthening resilience and economic recovery by leading the delivery of basic services and covering the new needs.
The project included the most important points for analysing the problem associated with many of the challenges facing the process of strengthening the resilience of local authorities and economies.
The project’s two-component strategy, institutional resilience, economic resilience and the extent of the project’s close integration, was also outlined, with institutional resilience focused on strengthening the capacity of local public service delivery authorities, including creating an appropriate environment for economic recovery.
The meeting was attended by Deputy Minister of Local Administration Ammar Al-Harb, Head of the Local Authority Department of the Office of the Presidency of the Republic Qassem al-Houthi, Head of the Department of International Cooperation at the General Secretariat of the Council of Humanitarian Affairs, Mana’a al-Asal, and project coordinator Nabil Al-Damascene.