Al-Hamli discusses with the United Nations coordinator the repercussions of the continued reduction of humanitarian aid.
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, discussed with the United Nations Resident Coordinator – Humanitarian Coordinator in Yemen, William Gresley, the implications of the continued reduction of humanitarian aid.
The meeting touched on the worst human suffering in the world as a result of the aggression and blockade, which was aggravated by the continuous reduction of humanitarian aid, which compounds the suffering of citizens.
In the meeting, Al-Hamli stressed the need for the United Nations and international organizations to do their duty towards the suffering of the Yemeni people through advocacy, reducing operating expenses and re-disbursing aid on an ongoing basis to help alleviate human suffering.
He explained that the ban on the entry of oil derivative ships into Hodeidah increased the suffering of the Yemeni people and adversely affected the performance of hospitals, health centers and all service sectors…
Al-Hamli pointed out the importance of enhancing the level of coordination between SCMCHA and the United Nations, to advance humanitarian work, as well as to improve programs, projects and activities for humanitarian and development interventions in a way that contributes to achieving its objectives.
He pointed out that the council is keen on facilitating and coordinating humanitarian work and removing any obstacles or obstacles that may find in the field during implementation.
The Secretary-General of SCMCHA noted the importance of implementing service and development projects that contribute to addressing flood damage to alleviate the suffering of those affected and avoid future damage, as well as support the Executive Center for dealing with mines, to be able to carry out its tasks.
For his part, the UN official affirmed his readiness to do more in this regard to alleviate the suffering of Yemenis.
The meeting was attended by the Director General of UN and International Organizations department of SCMCHA, Turki Jamil, and director of the Monitoring and Evaluation department, Muhammad Al-Razzaa.