SCMCHA organizes the first meeting of local non-governmental partners.

The Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Coopneration organized today in Sana’a the first meeting of local non-governmental partners.

The meeting discussed mechanisms of joint coordination between SCMCHA and local partners, and the strengthening of cooperation in implementing humanitarian projects and activities to alleviate the suffering of Yemenis in light of the aggression and siege.

In the meeting, the Secretary-General of SCMCHA, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, confirmed the importance of strengthening coordination mechanisms with partners, as they are one of the pillars of humanitarian service and economic work in Yemen.

He indicated that SCMCHA sought during the last period to facilitate the procedures for registering local non-governmental partners in SCMCHA by launching the electronic services portal, and moving from the paper-based stage to electronic dealing.

Al-Hamli explained that the SCMCHA, represented by the General Administration of Local Organizations and Partners, will work according to its tasks and competencies to find appropriate solutions to the problems and difficulties facing the partners’ work in cooperation and coordination with all public administrations inside or outside SCMCHA.

He stressed the importance of improving work and providing services to the community in accordance with the highest quality standards.
He called on partners to carry out their humanitarian duties, improve capabilities and performance, and commit to coordinating with SCMCHA before implementing any projects.

Secretary-General of SCMCHA also urged to enhance social responsibility cover any gaps through the implementation of relief work or development projects.
In turn, the Director General of Local Organizations and Local Partners, Abdul Salam Al-Nawab, presented a general analysis of the obstacles facing the partners and the proposed solutions to address the existing imbalances in the coordination mechanism with SCMCHA.

He touched on the procedures for completing the registration of partners in SCMCHA and the required documents, in order to facilitate the completion of the issuance of work permits.

The meeting included an open discussion by partner officials and service providers from the humanitarian partners in Yemen, who pointed out the importance of the meeting to enhance communication and present different viewpoints.

They affirmed their readiness to work in accordance with the required mechanisms and standards in a way that enhances the performance of humanitarian work..

They appreciated the role of SCMCHA in facilitating the work of organizations, stressing that the electronic system facilitated and expedited the implementation of projects.

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