Tawoos confirms the inclusion of Yarim District within the civilized cities to cover their needs for projects
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Abdul Mohsen Tawoos, affirmed SCMCHA keenness to cover the needs of Yarim District of necessary and sustainable projects that meet the needs of citizens in the district and the governorate within Phase two of the emergency urban services project in Yemen and the emergency human capital project
This came during a consultative workshop held today in Sana’a with stakeholders of YIUESP and YEHCP organized by SCMCHA.
The workshop, which was attended by the Governor of Ibb, Abdul Wahed Salah, and a number of the governorate’s agents and the concerned authorities in the governorate, aimed to identify the urgent needs of Yarim District in Ibb governorate in the urgent projects and services in the sectors of roads, water, environment, health, hygiene and others, which will be implemented with financing from the World Bank through UNPOS at a cost of nearly six million dollars.
The Secretary-General of SCMCHA Abdul Mohsen Tawoos, indicated that the session is dedicated to coordinating efforts and unifying opinions among the authorities, stakeholders, local authorities, SCMCHA and (UNPOS) to determine the needs and priorities of development projects allocated to the sectors of health, education, roads and sanitation in Yarim District.
He explained that this stage included the Yarim District within the Civilized Cities Project to implement projects in several sectors.
Tawoos stressed SCMCHA keenness to cover the needs of Yarim District of necessary and sustainable projects that meet the needs of citizens in the district and governorate within urban cities.
Tawoos pointed out that funding has been increased to implement development projects in Ibb as part of the upcoming portfolio projects, to contribute to creating job opportunities, promoting economic growth, developing infrastructure and providing basic services.
For his part, the governor of Ibb indicated the importance of rehabilitating and reconstructing the main infrastructure that was destroyed as a result of the seven-year aggression.
Governor Salah appreciated the role and efforts of SCMCHA in mobilizing funds to implement development projects.
There was discussions and interventions from the concerned authorities and local authorities about the most important projects, stressing the importance of rehabilitating and reconstructing the infrastructure that was destroyed as a result of the aggression, including roads, water and sewage networks, hospitals and health centers.
It is noteworthy that the financing of the emergency urban services project in Yemen, “Phase II” and the emergency human capital project, amount to 50 million dollars, and consultations are underway to increase the funding to 100 million dollars.