Tawoos meets ICRC head of delegation.
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation Abdul Mohsen Tawoos discussed today with the head of the ICRC delegation to Yemen, Katharina Ritz, the ICRC’s activities in Yemen.
The meeting, which was attended by the Head of the International Cooperation Department of SCMCHA, Mana’a al-Asal, head of the Single-window department Hamza al-Mukhtar and Deputy Head of delegation Alexandre Eque, discussed the interventions of ICRC in light of the requirements of the necessary needs for a number of priority provinces, as well as in terms of providing emergency needs to deal with the conditions of prisoners, prisons and corrections.
At the meeting, Tawoos appreciated the humanitarian efforts of ICRC. He confirmed the importance of coordination with SCMCHA to ensure the functioning of the delegation and facilitate the its tasks in carrying out its various activities.
He stressed the Council’s keenness to facilitate the work of ICRC and to overcome the difficulties it may face in implementing its tasks to the fullest, especially since the mission carries out its activities away from the dictates of donor countries.
He explained the importance of working according to the emergency needs that is being raised with regard to the situation of some of the affected governorate, a number of hospitals and prisons, which the delegation must pay great attention to in order to alleviate the suffering due to the lack of possibilities and the deterioration of service conditions.
Tawoos also indicated that cantinous preparing to receive IDPs from Marib and work to provide the necessary and emergency needs according to the circumstances of the need is so important.
For her part, the head of the delegation confirmed the ICRC’s keenness to provide services and to face emergency situations with all available efforts in coordination and joint work.
She appreciated the positive and supportive role of SCMCHA to facilitate humanitarian work in Yemen to alleviate the humanitarian crisis, which is considered the worst in the world.