Al-Hamli and Awad were briefed on the damages of the floods and the needs of the Al-Hashwa district in Saada.
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 Saada, Muhammad Awad, were briefed on the needs of the Al-Hashwa district for services and projects, and the damage caused by torrential rains in a number of areas.
During the visit,in the presence of the Secretary-General of the Local Council, Muhammad Al-Imad, and the Governorate’s Undersecretary for Humanitarian Affairs – Director of SCMCHA branch in Saada, Muhammad Baydan, Al-Hamali explained that the visit to the Al-Hashwa district aims to meet its needs of water barriers, lakes and dams, as well as roads, schools and health facilities.
Al-Hamli confirmed that SCMCHA will work with international organizations to implement service and development projects that contribute to alleviating the suffering of citizens.
For his part, Governor Awad confirmed that the focus will be on four main areas: roads, drinking water – dams, health, and education in cooperation with SCMCHA.
He pointed to the sacrifices of the district’s people in the face of aggression .
In turn, Al-Hashwa people appreciated this visit, stressing that the district lacks the most basic services and needs joint efforts from everyone to advance it in various fields.
The visit was accompanied by a number of local authority officials, the Supreme Council, social figures, and officials of humanitarian organizations and local institutions operating in the governorate.