Al-Hamli inspects two projects in Bajil of Hodeidah governorate.
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, and the representative of Save the Children Organization in Yemen, Rama Hanraj, were briefed on the progress of work in two projects in the village of Al-Araj in the Bajil District of Hodeidah governorate, funded and implemented by Save the Children.
The first project includes Al-Arj water, which contains a concrete tower tank with a capacity of 100 cubic meters, a total height of the tank is 18 meters, a length of 10 linear meters, and the installation of a water network operating on a solar pumping system with a capacity of KW13, benefiting approximately 3,600 families in Al-Araj.
The second project also includes the construction of 120 bathrooms of automatic bricks for 120 families, and each bathroom contains a plastic water tank.
During the visit, the Secretary-General of Humanitarian Affairs indicated SCMCHA keenness to implement service and sustainable projects to improve livelihoods and alleviate human suffering, as a result of the aggression and the siege.
He pointed out that the two projects benefit more than 3,700 beneficiary families, calling for the completion of the two projects and the connection of the water network to each family in Al-Arj.
He was accompanied on the visit by the Director General of Monitoring and Evaluation department, Muhammad Al-Razza’, and director of local organization department, Abdul Salam Al-Nawab, and the Deputy Director of SCMCHA branch in Al-Hodeidah, Abdullah Al-Ahdal.