Al-Hamli discusses with Grisley issues related to the humanitarian work 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 United Nations Resident Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs in Yemen, Leah David Grisley, issues related to humanitarian action in Yemen.
The meeting, in the presence of Director of the OCHA office in Yemen, Sajjad Muhammad Sajid, and the representative of WFP in Yemen, Richard Raygan, touched on the United Nations’ intervention in supporting the Executive Center for Mine Action in Hodeidah to clear the liberated areas and roads, placing signs and markings for warning areas, and providing equipment and detection devices for demining workers.
The meeting reviewed the humanitarian role of WFP and its responsibilities to alleviating the worst human crisis in the world through coordination with SCMCHA.
In the meeting, the Secretary-General of SCMCHA stressed the importance of moving from the emergency situation in providing services and assistance to implementing a sustainable projects and livelihoods that directly contribute to alleviating the suffering of citizens.
He stressed the importance of finding radical solutions for shipments of corrupt or expired materials from the source, nearing completion, or which were damaged as a result of poor transportation and storage.
Al-Hamli called for quick and serious action to clear the areas of mines, cluster bombs and remnants of the aggression, especially in Al- Durayhimy city .
He pointed out the importance of coordination with SCMCHA to contribute effectively to facilitating the course of humanitarian work and for aid to reach those who deserve it.