Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs meets with WFP Regional Director.
The Secretary General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs met Wednesday with the Regional Director of the World Food Program (WFP) in the Middle East and North Africa, Specific ocean , who is currently visiting our country.
The activities of the Food Program in Yemen and the frameworks for coordination and cooperation between the WFP and the Supreme Council were discussed during the meeting in order to achieve the common goal of alleviating the greatest and most severe human suffering on the world level caused by the five-year-old aggression and blockade against the Yemeni people.
The meeting , which was attended by a number of heads of departments in the General Secretariat, discussed the important humanitarian role that international humanitarian organizations including the program should play in helping to lift the suffering and support the Yemeni people.
The meeting stressed the importance of completion what was agreed during the past months of the survey project and correct the lists of beneficiaries to ensure that the aid reaches the beneficiaries of the needy and the affected.
The secretary general of the Supreme Council stressed that the establishment of the Council came within the framework of facilitating humanitarian work , made the work of the organizations easy with an organized mechanism , and fruitful coordination that will be harvested to provide real need according to the priorities of need, which will promote humanitarian work and achieve its common goals.
He also added , that the government and the program are partners of facing the challenges that millions of Yemenis suffer of .
He recalled the keenness of the revolutionary leadership, the Supreme Political Council and the government to support the program, facilitate its activities, make its humanitarian effort successful and ensure that its assistance reaches the poorest in society in various regions of Yemen.
The WFP regional director stressed that the WFP was keen to continue its humanitarian work and carry out its duties towards Yemen. He explained that the program’s activity in Yemen is the largest in the world, aware of the scale of the tragedy suffered by the Yemeni people
The WFP regional director pointed out the importance of coordination and joint action in accordance with mechanisms to ensure the achievement of optimal benefit and lead towards the development of performance and overcome any problems that may arise in order to serve the common goals of reducing the existing human suffering.