A workshop in Sana’a to evaluate the cash aid project during the pilot phase
The Central and Technical Joint Committee of the Biometric Targeting and Recording Project held a workshop today in Sana’a to evaluate the pilot phase of the cash aid project in the districts of (Azal – Al-Tahrir – Al-Ssafih) during the last phase.
The workshop, which was attended by the head of the Single Window Department at SCMCHA, Hamzah Al-Mukhtar, with the participation of 70 participants of the Central and Technical Committee of SCMCHA, WFP, and the parties concerned with the project, aimed at assessing the level of project implementation and reviewing the indicators of achievement that took place during the pilot phase studies in the three district in Amanat Al-Asimah during the last phase, identifying the positives and negatives during the work of the project and takings the lessons learned from the phase in order to improve and accelerate the broad phase to be implemented in all governorates and districts.
In the workshop, the Head of the Centeral and technical committee- of the cash aid project,Eng. Anwar Hashem Allahigy, stressed the importance of the workshop in assessing the level of implementation of the project’s activities for the pilot phase.
Allahigy explained that the workshop aims to discuss the problems that accompanied the progress of work and the potentials of delay for the stage activities , periods stopping, identifying their causes, and finding solutions to ensure the implementation of the project according to a time plan and a joint work mechanism during the next phase.
He urged the importance of enriching the workshop with interventions and proposals to come out with constructive and targeted recommendations for preparing the evaluation study of the project.
Anwar also confirmed the importance of working according to the results of the 2020 IPC analysis, as well as taking into account price increases and market studies in determining the price value of the food basket in cash.
For his part, the Resident Representative of WFP, Laurent Pokera, stressed the importance of the workshop to discuss the evaluation of the project for the pilot phase, its objectives and its importance, indicating that the workshop aims to review the evaluation study of the project and the lessons learned from it.
In the workshop, the participants discussed the observations found during the phase and finding appropriate solutions to them, with clear and specific perceptions, making use of them to implement the project on all governorates during the next phase.