المجلس الأعلى لإدارة وتنسيق الشؤون الإنسانية والتعاون الدولي

A meeting to assess humanitarian work during the last phase.

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 leader of the joint humanitarian action assessment team, Louis Sida, the progress of the humanitarian activities and programs of the UN and international system operating in Yemen.

The meeting, via video call, in the presence of the Head of the International Cooperation Department of SCMCHA, Mana’a Al-Asal, and the Director of OCHA Sajjad Muhammad, touched on ways to develop humanitarian work and response plans.

It confirmed the importance of assessing humanitarian work during the last phase to address the problems and avoid any defects and gaps in the future in a way that alleviates the human suffering experienced by the Yemeni people as a result of the aggression and siege.

In the meeting, Tawoos stressed the keenness to evaluate the work of humanitarian organizations operating in Yemen during the last phase and to work for the success of their tasks and work in accordance with response plans and humanitarian needs.

He pointed out that the SCMCHA works with humanitarian partners according to a mechanism that seeks to unify ways and enhance coordination between organizations and official bodies to implement projects that meet humanitarian needs.

He also stressed the importance of conducting a comprehensive assessment of humanitarian work during the last phase through field visits and review of all sectors and projects implemented by humanitarian partners.

Tawoos pointed out that the evaluation will help to resolve any gaps between funding and the actual need, as well as to create an integrated environment and a working mechanism that serves humanitarian work without any obstacles.

Sida appreciated SCMCHA keenness to provide all facilities for humanitarian work.

The meeting was attended by the Director General of Monitoring and Evaluation at the Council, Muhammad Ali, and from the evaluation team, researchers Abeer Hashem, and Qalib.

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