المجلس الاعلى لإدارة وتنسيق الشؤون الإنسانية والتعاون الدولي

Al Hamli and Salah launch the rehabilitation project of the main street in Ibb at a cost of $1 million and $423,000

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 Ibb, Abdulwahid Salah, aunched the first phase of the project to rehabilitate the main street of Ibb.

Ibb City’s main street, which starts from Al Adeen Round to the GBL runway, is five kilometres long and 400 metres, at a cost of $1 million and $423,000, funded by the World Bank through the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS).

The project, which is implemented over a year, aims to end traffic jams on the main road, which links the governorate to the capital Sana ‘a, facilitate the movement of citizens and revive the tourism, commercial and investment movement in the governorate.

During the inauguration, in the presence of local Secretary General of the Governorate Amin Geneve and the Governor’s Agent for the Tourism Sector Harat Al-Malki.

The Secretary-General of SCMCHA stated that the inauguration of the first phase of the project is part of SCMCHA’s interest in directing funding towards the implementation of development projects that alleviate the suffering of citizens under aggression and blockade.

The project was also in line with stakeholders’ needs and priorities.

For his part, the Governor of Ibb appreciated SCMCHA for working with UNOPs in supporting service projects in the governorate, according to the need plan and its urgent priorities.

The project is one of the solutions adopted by the revolutionary leadership and the Supreme Political Council to solve road problems in the governorate. He Stressed the importance of implementing the project in accordance with the approved technical standards and specifications and the time period specified in the contract.

Governor Salah stressed that the project will contribute to the improvement of services for citizens and exploit the agricultural and economic components of the governorate to translate the matrix of projects of the national vision for the construction of the modern Yemeni State.

The inauguration was attended by the Director of Monitoring and Evaluation of SCMCHA, Muhammad Al-Razzaa, and the Director of the SCMCHA branch in the governorate, Faisal Al-Khawlani, the governorate advisor Ammar Al-Shuaibi and the head of the technical committee, Engineer Essam Al-Mukhadari, and the directors of the governorate’s works offices, Engineer Ibrahim Al-Shami, the Cleaning and Improvement Fund, Khaled Ghaleb, and Tourism, Ghanem. Awsaj, Traffic, Colonel Khaled Anam.

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