Discussing the humanitarian activities of the Islamic Relief Organization in Yemen

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, discussed today with the resident representative of the Islamic Relief Organization, Muhammad Abbas, the organization’s activities and programs in the relief and development aspect.

Al Hamli,in the presence of the Head of the Planning Department, Faisal Modhish, pointed out that the conditions that Yemen is going through as a result of the aggression and the siege require redoubling efforts, developing the performance of humanitarian programs and expanding their scope , which contributes to alleviating the suffering of citizens.

He indicated that the organization has to have strong positions to pressure to stop the aggression and lift the siege that punishes the Yemeni people through a policy of starvation and economic pressure.

He noted that this violates humanitarian law and all humanitarian principles and values ​​that require the neutralization of civilians and their protection from all dangers that threaten their lives. .

The Secretary-General of SCMCHA affirmed that SCMCHA will make all efforts to overcome the difficulties facing the work of humanitarian organizations in the field, calling on the organizations to raise the level of their humanitarian activity according to the plan of need and its necessary priorities submitted by the concerned authorities.

For his part, the representative of the Islamic Relief Organization appreciated the positive interaction from SCMCHA and the efforts it is making with the aim of facilitating humanitarian work and overcoming the difficulties that may arise in the field.

He stressed the organization’s keenness to provide the necessary humanitarian services to support and alleviate the great suffering experienced by the Yemeni people.

The meeting was attended by the Director of International Organizations Department,Turki Jamil and the head of Evaluation and Monitoring department Muhammad Al-Razza’, from the Relief Organization, Program Manager Ibrahim Hammadi, and Security and Safety Officer Osama Al-Ajeel.

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