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Al-Hamli lays the foundation stone and inaugurates two educational projects in Al-Durayhimi and Al-Hawk of Hodeidah governorate.

Today, the Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, laid the foundation stone for a project to construct and rehabilitate classrooms in the Al-Durayhimi district, and opened a school in Al-Hawk district, at a cost of $597,000.

The project, in the presence of the Assistant Undersecretary for Southern Quadrant Affairs, Mutahar Al-Hadi, includes the construction of three classrooms and the rehabilitation of 34 classrooms with 24 public facilities in Muath, Khawla and Al-Wahda schools in the Al-Durayhimi district, at a cost of $497,000, funded by the Yemen Humanitarian Fund and implemented by the National Foundation. Within the project to support the access of displaced children and the host community to educational services in the governorates of Al-Hodeidah and Al-Bayda.

The School of Culture was opened in Al-Manzhar City in Al-Hawk District, which was implemented by the Save the Children Organization at a cost of $99,000.

The Secretary-General of SCMCHA was briefed on the progress of work on the Al-Durayhimi Hospital rehabilitation project, which is being implemented by the Yaman Foundation.

Al-Hamli stressed that laying the foundation stone and opening the School of Culture comes within the framework of SCMCHA’s interest in directing funds to implement development and service projects that meet the needs of the citizen.

He indicated that SCMCHA is working with humanitarian partners to implement projects in Al-Durayhimi, especially after the destruction of the district by the aggression and their mercenaries .

The Secretary-General of SCMCHA urged the Yaman Foundation to quickly complete the rehabilitation of the hospital to provide medical services to citizens.

He also called on the organizations to implement relief, development and service projects in Al-Hodeidah Governorate, especially in Al-Durayhimi district, after it was completely destroyed by the aggression’s warplanes.

The Secretary-General of SCMCHA listened to citizens explaining their needs, stressing keenness to provide humanitarian and shelter assistance to the displaced and affected people.

He was accompanyed the director of SCMCHA branch in Hodeidah, Jaber Al-Razhi, director of Monitoring and evaluation, Muhammad Al-Razza’, director of planning and projects, Jamal Braih,director of local organizations, Abdul Salam Al-Nawab, and a number of directors of local organizations.

 

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