Al-Hamli, Haider and an international delegation inspecting the damages of the torrents and the needs in Al-Jawf
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, and the Governor of Al-Jawf, Faisal Haider, inspected the damage to homes in a number of areas in Al-Jawf, as a result of torrential rains during the past two days.
The Secretary-General of the SCMCHA and Deputy Minister of Local Administration, Qassem Al-Hamran, the head of the Civil Defense Department, Major General Abdel-Fattah Al-Madani, the Director of OCHA Sajjad Muhammad Sajid, and representatives of the UN, international and local organizations, heard from the citizens an explanation of the damages that had been inflicted on them. It has homes, shops and farms due to rain and torrential rain.
They viewed the damaged houses in Al Hazm District, which requires opening water drainage channels and other measures to alleviate the suffering of citizens in the district and other districts.
Al-Hamali pointed out that the visit to Al-Jawf Governorate aims to know the extent of the damage as well as the actual need from the reality, so that SCMCHA can work with organizations and humanitarian partners to provide projects and activities that contribute to alleviating the suffering of those affected.
He indicated that SCMCHA worked with humanitarian partners to provide urgent shelter assistance to those affected by the floods.
The emergency shelter assistance targeted the affected families in Al-Hazm district, provided by the Yemeni Red Crescent and the Yemen Good Organization, which comes as part of the emergency response to relief the groups affected by the torrential rains, which included blankets, mattresses, household utensils, and health and hygiene materials.
Al-Hamli pointed out that the visit aims to monitor and implement the inventory and emergency response for those affected by the floods and work with humanitarian partners to implement projects that contribute to the implementation of the emergency response program in Al-Jawf Governorate.
For his part, the Governor of Al-Jawf pointed to the importance of working to provide service and emergency projects to the distric , and to develop solutions for the suffering of IDP and affected people whose homes were destroyed by the torrential rains.
Representatives of UN , international and local organizations indicated that the visit to Al-Jawf Governorate comes to konw the extent of the damage and needs as well as work on implementing activities in coordination with SCMCHA that alleviate the suffering of citizens.
The visit was accompanied by agents and officials of the Supreme Council, the Ministry of Local Administration, the Civil Defense Department, and the local authority in the governorate.