المجلس الأعلى لإدارة وتنسيق الشؤون الإنسانية والتعاون الدولي

Tawoos opens and lays the foundation stone for projects with more than 334 million riyals in Sa’ada.

The Secretary General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation Abdul Mohsen Tawoos opened and laid today the foundation stone for a number of service projects in Haydan district at Saadagovernorate.

Tawoo in the presence of Governorate’s Under-Secretary for Humanitarian Affairs Mohammed Beydan, Coordinator of Relations and Humanitarian Affairs at the UNITED Nations Office of OCHA, Dr. Najib Al Mansour and Executive Director of the National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response Mohammed Abdullah Yahya, opened the water harvesting tanks project within the project of emergency and integrated interventions in water and environmental sanitation, which will benefit 16,000 beneficiaries as well as the project of the altar and slaughterhouse of Haydan Central.

The foundation stone of the al Mashid water barrier has also been laid at a cost of 334 million Riyals.

At the opening ceremony, Tawoos emphasized that the opening of the projects and the laying of the foundation stone coincides with the celebration of Independence Day.

He pointed out that SCMCHA is keen to direct the funds provided to Yemen in the field of development and in the interest sought by the citizens. He praised the efforts of the National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response in implementing development projects that touch the needs of the citizen.

For his part, The Deputy Governor Beydoun pointed out the urgent need for sustainable projects in Sa’da governorate particularly in Haydan district . Praising the role of the National Foundation in implementing service projects in the district . He expressed the hope of expanding the implementation of projects in the rest of the districts.

Khaled Al-Laith, director of the National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response, explained that the foundation is continuing to implement sustainable humanitarian projects. Praising the concrete cooperation by the local authority in the province and the branch of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs in the province.

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