A consultative meeting to discuss the trends of the intervention sites for the food security project
A consultative meeting in Sana’a today, chaired by the Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Abdulmohsen Tawoos, discussed the directions of the intervention sites for the food security and nutrition project to enhance resilience.
In the meeting, which was attended by the Deputy Ministry of Agriculture, Dr. Radwan Al-Rubai, and representatives from the Ministry of Agriculture and Health, FAO, UNICEF, and WFP, Tawoos pointed out the importance of the meeting for consultation and exchange of views on the success of the food security project in achieving the desired objectives.
Heconfirmeden the importance of coordination between the relevant authorities and international organizations, to alleviate the humanitarian catastrophe created by the aggression, siege and economic war on Yemen.
Tawoos explained that the project implemented by WFP, UNICEF and FAO during the specified time period, aims to provide livelihoods and improve food security, thus enhancing resilience.
The consultative meeting was enriched with extensive discussion by the participants from the relevant authorities about determining the locations of humanitarian interventions in the districts in accordance with the criteria included in the project document.