المجلس الأعلى لإدارة وتنسيق الشؤون الإنسانية والتعاون الدولي

Tawoos lays the foundation stone for a water pumping project with alternative energy in Jahran district of Dhamar governorate.

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Abdul Mohsen Tawoos, and Mujahid Al-Ansi, the local Secretary-General of Dhamar, Mujahid Ali Ansi,laid today the foundation stone for the “Anwa” project to pump drinking water with alternative energy in Jahran,Dhamar, at a cost of 268,000 dollars.

The project, which comes within the framework of the emergency response project in water, environmental sanitation and hygiene activities, includes the supply and installation of a solar energy system and a 3,600-meter liquefaction network, benefiting approximately 15,000 citizens and displaced persons.

The project links the camps for the displaced and the neighborhoods near to the camps in Maabar city, with funding from the Yemen Humanitarian Fund and the implementation of the National Foundation for Development and Humanitarian Response.

In the opening, Tawoos and Al-Ansi stressed the importance of these projects and their contribution to alleviating the suffering of the IDP, the affected and the citizens, especially in light of the difficult conditions that the country is going through as a result of the aggression and siege that have been going on for nearly seven years.

They indicated the importance of the development project for its sustainability, and direct service to the community.

Tawoos also confirmed that SCMCHA will work to implement sustainable projects that contribute to improving water services for citizens in the governorate.

The opening was attended by the director of the Jahran Directorate Ismail Al-Mughni, the director of the Water and Sanitation Corporation in the governorate, Taha Al-Hindi, and members of the local council in Jahran.

The laying of the foundation stone for the project is part of a package of development and humanitarian projects launched by the Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs, Abdul Mohsen Tawoos, during the past few days in the governorates of Ma’rib and Al Bayda.

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