Tawoos and Obbad review the sanitation project in Al siteen street at Sana’a.
Secretary of the Capital, Hammoud Obbad, and the Secretary-General of SCMCHA Abdel Mohsen Tawoos, briefed today on the problems of sanitation in Shaher valley in the North Siteen region in Ma’in District and the required interventions to solve them.
Obbad and Tawoos along with the first deputy of Amanet al Asemah, Khaled Al-Madani, the director of the Social Fund for Development Muhammad Ghomdan, and the agent of project sector , Engineer Abdul Karim Al-Houthi, reviewed the problem and environmental pollution in the region,as well as the importance of implementing emergency interventions to repair sewage streams.
They heard from the Director of the District, Abdul Malik Al-Radhi, the Director of the Water Corporation, Muhammad Al-Shami, to an explanation about the absence of a conveyor line for sewage extensions in the northern Al-Siteen region, and the requirements for connecting the network to the main conveyor line in the Jumna tour, indicating that the sanitation system in Shaher valley needs to have A tanker pipeline extending from the valley Point and running on the main line at Siteen Street to the Jumna Roundabout and connecting it to the conveyor line leading to the treatment plant.
Obbad assigned a committee to conduct studies and technical perceptions about the cost of the project to connect the sanitation network in the region to the main conveyor line and connect it to the central treatment plant.
For his part, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation Abdul Mohsen Tawoos stressed that SCMCHA has coordinated with SFD , in cooperation with the competent and concerned authorities, to finance and implement the project to reduce environmental pollution in the region as well as harm health to the people.