المجلس الأعلى لإدارة وتنسيق الشؤون الإنسانية والتعاون الدولي

.Sana’a: Meeting discusses ways development of livelihoods and food security project

The National Authority for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (NAMACHA) held a meeting  on Sunday among members of central committee of comprehensive security food survey and developed  livelihood project  which will be implemented on the  whole  public districts.

The meeting, which was attended by the head of the National Authority , AbdulMohsen  Tawoos, the Resident Representative of WFP, his  Deputy Ali Reza Lorient, Resident Representative of FAO  Hussein Jaden,  Emergency Programs Officer of   FAO ,  Resilience of livelihood of FAO, Andrian Berlofan, and the Ministry of Agriculture Representative, Mutahar Zaid, discussed the mechanism selection of the governorate committees and surveyors in the directorates to serve the progress and success of the project and achieve its objectives.

At the meeting, the head of the National Authority pointed out the importance of this project and the need to work clearly and transparently.

He also  stressed  the necessity  of positive observation  that achieves effective work and produces good outputs that can be relied upon in determining the actual need on which plans are based on and steps are goes on  improving sustainable livelihoods to improve basic services.

He stressed the necessity  of concentration on the steps and procedures to achieve the right outputs and results in order to be reliable in improving living and finding sustainable opportunities for groups in need of effective assistance by developing solutions that would alleviate the existing human suffering which  the country suffered  as a result of aggression and blockade.

At the end of the meeting was formed a committee composed of the relevant authorities to select the competent surveyors to achieve the desired positive results of this project.

The meeting was attended by the National Authority’s agent ,Al-Wahda Hamza Al-Mukhtar.

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