Al-Hamli inaugurates project to rehabilitation project of the main street in Taiz, at a cost of $900,000
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, launched today a project to rehabilitate the main street in Taiz Governorate, starting from Mawiyah to Al-Hawban tour, with a length of seven kilometers and 500 meters, at a cost of $900,000, funded by the World Bank through UNOPS.
During the inauguration, in the presence of the Undersecretary of Taiz Governorate for Technical Affairs, Noman Al-Hamri, and members of the Shura Council, Mansour Saddam and Mahmoud Bagash, the Secretary-General of SCMCHA explained that the inauguration comes on the occasion of the Prophet’s birthday and the September 21 revolution, and within the framework of SCMCHA’s interest in directing funds towards the implementation of development projects that contribute to Reducing the human suffering experienced by our people as a result of aggression and siege
He pointed out that the project comes in accordance with the needs submited by the concerned authorities according to the priorities, pointing out that the SCMCHA is working to direct the support of organizations to implement development projects that meet society’s needs in various sectors.
Al-Hamli stressed that the project will contribute to improving services for citizens, as it includes the implementation of development and service projects that contribute to building the modern Yemeni state.
In turn, the Governorate Undersecretary appreciated SCMCHA efforts in meeting the urgent needs, as well as the efforts made in implementing the project.
The inauguration was attended by the Director of Monitoring and Evaluation of SCMCHA, Muhammad Al-Razzaa, the Council’s branch in the governorate, Ahmed Al-Masawi, and leaders of the local authority in the governorate.