Al-Hamli: Disbursing incentives to 34,367 teachers and employees in three governorates
The secretary general of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli,announced that 34,367 teachers and staff members in three governorates had received incentives as part of the programme to restore education and learning.
In a statement to the Yemeni News Agency (Saba), Al-Hamali stated that SCMCHA collaborated with UNICEF to carry out the project to restore education and learning to improve access to schools and learning.
This project included the disbursement of incentives to 34,367 teachers and employees in the governorates of Ibb, Saada, and Hodeidah at a cost of 926 million and 535 thousand riyals, which contributes to the regularity of the education and learning.
In light of the humanitarian crisis that Yemen is currently experiencing, which is the worst in the world as a result of the aggression and siege, Al Hamli pointed out that the disbursement process within the first cycle of the project in the three governorates falls within the framework of the efforts made by SCMCHA in coordination with UNICEF and the Ministry of Education to help teachers continue to teach.
Al-Hamali drew attention to the fact that the initiative was carried out in coordination with the Ministry of Education,which included the names of teachers and staff members among the statements approved by it, via the banks that UNICEF had agreements with.