Al-Hamli meets the Resident Representative of UNDP.
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 United Nations Development Program, Oki Lutsma, aspects of cooperation and coordination between SCMCHA and the UNDP.
The meeting touched on discussing the projects agreed upon between the SCMCHA and UNDP in relation to the mine clearance project, port rehabilitation, and the rural resilience project.
The meeting reviewed topics related to the UNDP’s suspended projects, which were agreed upon between SCMCHA and UNDP.
Al-Hamli confirmed the importance of implementing the port rehabilitation project through the rehabilitation of Al-Hodeidah port because of its great importance in providing the needs of the Yemeni people, and the rehabilitation of the port is one of the main axes of the Stockholm Agreement.
He pointed out the importance of focusing on the necessary needs to rehabilitate what the aggression destroyed in the port of Hodeidah as well as working on maintaining equipment and devices in the port.
He noted that the Executive Center has to deal with mines by providing devices, equipment and others, so that it can carry out its humanitarian activities .
Al-Hamli stressed the UNDP has to play an active role in improving the humanitarian situation and alleviating the human tragedy, as a result of the ongoing aggression and siege, and the detention of oil derivatives ships, preventing their access to the port of Hodeidah, working to lift the siege on Yemen, and stopping the humanitarian catastrophe.
He called for the speedy implementation of the emergency project to rehabilitate the ports of “Hodeidah – Ras Issa – Salif”, the Coast Guard project, and the mine project.
He confirmed the importance of coordination with SCMCHA, as it is the only way and the supreme administrative authority responsible for managing and coordinating humanitarian affairs and international cooperation.
For his part, the resident representative of UNDP confirmed that UNDP seeks to implement the agreed projects.
The meeting was attended by the Director of International Organizations Department of SCMCHA, Turki Jamil, and Director of the Evaluation department, Muhammad Al-Raza.