Al-Hamli discusses with government agencies and international organizations the objectives and tasks of humanitarian work.
A meeting hold today in Sana’a by the Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli to discussed topics related to the objectives and tasks of humanitarian work.
The meeting, which included representatives of government agencies and international and local organizations, touched on coordination and cooperation mechanisms to provide services according to urgent humanitarian priorities, according to the needs plans submitted by the relevant authorities.
The meeting reviewed the work plan, addressing the problems of the outstanding projects, setting up a mechanism for accelerating the signing of sub-agreements and working to find solutions to contribute to achieving the desired objectives in advancing development work.
The meeting, in the presence of the heads of departments of SCMCHA, dealt with efforts and visions that contribute to accomplishing tasks according to priorities, in a way that enhances the facilitation of humanitarian work in light of the current conditions in the face of siege and aggression.
The Secretary-General of SCMCHA confirmed the importance of continuous discussion and coordination to overcome any difficulties that may arise in the field of work and to enhance the positive and effective role of SCMCHA’s work within the framework of the tasks and competencies entrusted to it.
He indicated the importance of organizing work between the various organizations operating in Yemen and government agencies, strengthening coordination and cooperation mechanisms as well as doubling efforts to advance humanitarian work in Yemen.
He explained the SCMCHA keenness to provide all facilities, pointing out that SCMCHA represents the only Way for exchanging information, coordinating with the relevant authorities, and organizing the tasks of humanitarian acts in a way that contributes to directing projects according to the actual needs in the field according to the plans of need.