Al-Hamli briefed on the needs of Bani Awir Saada isolation from service projects.
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, was briefed today on the needs of the eastern and western Bani Awir isolation in the Sahar district of Saada, in terms of service and health projects.
Al-Hamli, in the presence of the governorate’s deputy for humanitarian affairs – director of SCMCHA branch , Muhammad Hussein Beidan, and a number of the isolation people listened to their needs for water, sanitation, roads and other projects.
They were also briefed on the needs of the western and eastern Bani Awir health centers and their requirements, in terms of equipment and medicines.
Al-Hamli explained that the visit comes to know the needs of the eastern and western isolation of Bani Awir in the district of Sahar, stressing that SCMCHA will work with international organizations to implement service and development projects that contribute to alleviating the suffering of people.
The Secretary-General of SCMCHA, discussed with the directors of the offices of international and local organizations operating in the governorate of Saada the conditions of the governorate and ways to implement development and service projects that serve the people of the governorate.