Al-Hamli meets the delegation of the Swiss Agency for Development.
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination ,Ibrahim Al Hamli, met today with a delegation of the Swiss Development Agency headed by the Regional Director for the Middle East and Europe, Andrea Studer.
The meeting, which was attended by the head of the International Cooperation Department of SCMCHA, Ali Al-Kahlani, discussed issues related to humanitarian work, in light of the worst humanitarian crisis in the world, which the Yemeni people are going through as a result of the aggression and siege.
Al-Hamli pointed out the importance of localizing humanitarian work through coordination with local organizations, as part of the humanitarian aid provided to Yemen.
He stressed the importance of focusing on implemention development projects of a sustainable nature that contribute to improving the living situation.
The Secretary-General of SCMCHA affirmed readiness to facilitate the work of the Swiss agency in the field, to implement projects and interventions that contribute of alleviating the human suffering experienced by the Yemeni people as a result of the aggression and siege.
He pointed to the importance of mobilizing the necessary resources and funds to implement projects of a developmental nature.
In turn, Andrea expressed her thanks for facilitating access to Yemen, noting that the Swiss agency’s interventions cover several areas, including livelihoods, food security and water, and there is an actual need in this field in addition to protection.
She appreciated SCMCHA’s role in facilitating work with regard to reaching partners in the field to implement projects funded by the Swiss Agency for Development, stressing the importance of strengthening cooperation with SCMCHA for the success of humanitarian work in Yemen.
The meeting was attended by the directors of bilateral cooperation of SCMCHA, Hafez Al-Shawki, and the director of Monitoring and Evaluation of SCMCHA, Muhammad Al-Razzaa, and the coordinator of Yemen programs in the Swiss agency, Simon Truller Al-Dersi, and the logistic manager, Abeer Al-Absi.