Al-Hamli meets UN Resident Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs.

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, met today with the United Nations Resident Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs in Yemen, “William David Grisley”.

The meeting, attended by the Director General of Planning and Projects department of SCMCHA, Jamal Barah, and Director of the UN organizations department, Turki Jamil, touched on topics related to the humanitarian work operation in Yemen, and aspects of cooperation with United Nations organizations in the humanitarian field.

In the meeting, Al-Hamli stressed the importance of the United Nations making the required efforts in the field of removing mines and remnants of aggression that threaten the lives of citizens in a number of areas.

He pointed out that the aggression against Yemen is behind the increasing number of people injured by mines and cluster bombs, which the coalition used in its aggression against the Yemeni people.

Al-Hamli indicated the importance of implementing service and development projects in Al-Durayhimi district of Al-Hodeidah governorate, which was completely destroyed by the aggression.

He confirmed that starting and preparing the humanitarian needs and response plan for the year 2023 is so important, which includes moving from emergency interventions to sustainable development projects that meet the needs of the citizen according to priorities.

For his part, Grisley stressed that UN is working to support demining by providing the necessary equipment and support to clear mines and remnants of war.

He explained that UN is seeking funds to implement projects in Al-Durayhimi district, especially in the field of education, stressing the importance of starting the preparation of a humanitarian needs plan for the next year.

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