المجلس الأعلى لإدارة وتنسيق الشؤون الإنسانية والتعاون الدولي

Discussion of arrangements for the implementation of the project to promote adaptation and social cohesion in Dhamar.

Today’s meeting with The Province’s First Undersecretary Fahd Abdul Hamid Al-Maroni, head of the Department of International Cooperation of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs, discussed the ongoing arrangements for the implementation of the project to promote adaptation and social cohesion through the integrated response of the district of Mount Sharq, Doran Anse, Jiran and The city of Dhamar.

At the meeting, in the presence of Shura Council member Abdo al-Alawi, governor Mahmoud al-Jubin, Ali Atef and representatives of The Acted, Care, The Norwegian Council and the Danish Council, the meeting touched on the importance of the project in meeting the needs of displaced and host families affected by the aggression and siege.

The undersecretary of the province al-Maroni confirmed that the implementation of the project will work to meet the needs of the beneficiaries of services in the sectors of health, water, food security and livelihoods, pointing out the importance of supporting health facilities, in the foreground the body of Dhamar General Hospital and the University Teaching Unit Hospital as one of the most important health facilities that provide services to a wide range of society.

Meanwhile, the head of the Department of International Cooperation of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs, Mana’a al-Asal, confirmed that the Yemeni people are suffering the worst humanitarian crisis, pointing out that the coalition of aggression is carrying out collective punishment against Yemen targeting all segments of society. Pointing to the need for more support from the province.

Acted’s Acting Qatari Director Shaker Khan said the project is a long-term strategic project that aims to support communities so they are not dependent on aid.
He pointed out that the project is being carried out through a number of organizations. Needs assessment and work will begin next week, he said.

Munir al-Marouni, director of the Branch of the Supreme Council for The Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, confirmed the importance of speeding up the implementation of the project to meet the urgent needs of the beneficiary communities.
He said the province requires more support and attention as a result of the challenges as the province’s displacement movement increases.

In addition, the first undersecretary of the province, Al-Maruni, head of the Department of International Cooperation of the Supreme Council, Al-Asal and representatives of international organizations briefed on the needs of the displaced, the health sector and the needs to complete the mother hospital in Dhamar.

They listened to Dr. Khalid al-Hajji’s Health Office Director explain the requirements for completing the Mother Hospital project, which will contribute to the provision of reproductive health services.

They were accompanied during the visit by the Director of Projects in the Supreme Council, Engineer Emad Hajar, Director of the Branch of the Rural Water Authority, Engineer Saleh Al-Falahi, Director of the Engineering Unit in the Provincial Office, Eng. Abdulqadir Al-Dilmi, Director of Financial and Administrative Affairs at The University Teaching Unit Hospital Abdullah Al-Samawi.

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