المجلس الأعلى لإدارة وتنسيق الشؤون الإنسانية والتعاون الدولي

Tawoos discusses with the Humanitarian Coordinator and the representative of UNDP the coordination for demining

 

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Abdulmohsen Tawoos, discussed today with the United Nations Resident Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs in Yemen David Grisley and the Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Program Oki Lutsma, the coordination mechanism for demining.

 

The meeting, which in the presence of the Director of the Executive Center for Mine Action, Brigadier Ali Safra and Head of the International Cooperation Department of SCMCHA, Mana’ al-Asal, touched on the UNDP’s intervention in supporting the Executive Center for Mine Action in Hodeida to clear liberated areas and roads, as well as putting  signs and in warning areas, and the provision of supplies and equipment of  Field work as well as detectors for workers in demining.

 

The meeting also discussed the reasons for the delay in implementing the emergency project to rehabilitate the ports (Hodeidah – Ras Issa – Saleef) and the Coast Guard project, to rehabilitate the authority’s training center despite the meetings held between SCMCHA, the authority and the development program in this regard.

 

Tawoos confirmed  the importance  to expedite demining, especially since there are only days left for the school holiday, as Hodeida will receive many visitors from different governorates.

 

He called for coordination between SCMCHA, the Development Program and the Executive Center to deal with mines, to move quickly and seriously to confront any emergency in the field, especially in the liberated areas in Hodeida.

 

In turn, Lutsma stressed that the UNDP considers Al Hodeida as a priority for intervention, support and joint work with the Executive Center for Demining

 

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Abdulmohsen Tawoos, discussed today with the United Nations Resident Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs in Yemen David Grisley and the Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Program Oki Lutsma, the coordination mechanism for demining.

 

The meeting, which in the presence of the Director of the Executive Center for Mine Action, Brigadier Ali Safra and Head of the International Cooperation Department of SCMCHA, Mana’ al-Asal, touched on the UNDP’s intervention in supporting the Executive Center for Mine Action in Hodeida to clear liberated areas and roads, as well as putting  signs and in warning areas, and the provision of supplies and equipment of  Field work as well as detectors for workers in demining.

 

The meeting also discussed the reasons for the delay in implementing the emergency project to rehabilitate the ports (Hodeidah – Ras Issa – Saleef) and the Coast Guard project, to rehabilitate the authority’s training center despite the meetings held between SCMCHA, the authority and the development program in this regard.

 

Tawoos confirmed  the importance  to expedite demining, especially since there are only days left for the school holiday, as Hodeida will receive many visitors from different governorates.

 

He called for coordination between SCMCHA, the Development Program and the Executive Center to deal with mines, to move quickly and seriously to confront any emergency in the field, especially in the liberated areas in Hodeida.

 

 

In turn, Lutsma stressed that the UNDP considers Al Hodeida as a priority for intervention, support and joint work with the Executive Center for Demining

 

The meeting was attended by the coordinator of the United Nations Office for Project Services, Ali Ibrahim

The meeting was attended by the coordinator of the United Nations Office for Project Services, Ali Ibrahim

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