Al -Hamli discusses with the European Union ambassador issues related to 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 at an online meeting with the European Union’s ambassador to Yemen, Gabriel Monuerra, topics related to humanitarian work in Yemen.
The meeting, in the presence of the head of the International Cooperation Department, Ali Al -Kahlani, touched on a number of issues related to the humanitarian situation and mechanisms for providing aid in accordance with humanitarian standards and according to the priorities of the actual need in the field.
The Secretary -General of SCMCHA called on the European Union’s ambassador to visit Yemen to know the human suffering and the destruction of the aggression in infrastructure and installations in all sectors as well as to know the size of the humanitarian catastrophe and needs.
He appreciated the efforts of the European Union in the humanitarian field to alleviate the suffering of the Yemeni people, stressing the importance of coordination with SCMCHA and discussing the problems to find appropriate solutions in a way that achieves benefit from providing aid and mitigating the size of the human suffering caused by the aggression coalition.
Al -Hamli confirmed the importance of avoiding some shortcomings and concentration of projects in serving beneficiaries and reducing the high operational budget that is spent at the expense of beneficiaries in the field .
He Pointed to the importance of working according to the need plan that submited by SCMCHA according to the priorities of the authorities and supporting the health, education and water sectors and the advancement of the humanitarian situation.
He indicated to the importance of restoring and spending aid continuously to alleviate the human suffering and reduce slipping towards dangerous stages, stressing the importance of implementing sustainable service and development projects that would advance the humanitarian and economic conditions in Yemen.
Al -Hamli also called on the European Union’s ambassador to reopen their office in Sanaa to facilitate the coordination process in all aspects, especially humanity.
He explained that SCMCHA is working hard to facilitate the work of organizations and humanitarian action partners in Yemen in accordance with the standards of humanitarian work in a manner that is compatible with the laws, principles and values of society in Yemen and provides real service of interest and value for the beneficiaries.
He affirmed SCMCHA endeavor to accelerate the signing of agreements and proceed with the implementation of projects that serve humanitarian work in Yemen.
For his part, the European Union ambassador appreciated the positive efforts of SCMCHA to facilitate the work of organizations working in Yemen, stressing the importance of communication and joint coordination.
He expressed the union’s aspiration to achieve further progress in the field of helping the Yemeni people and alleviate the suffering in coordination with SCMCHA in accordance with the standards and obligations of humanitarian work.