Al-Hamli inaugurates and lays the foundation stone for 25 projects in Al-Hodeidah Governorate

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, inaugurated and laid the foundation stone for 25 projects in Al-Hodeidah Governorate, at a cost of two million and 256 thousand dollars.

At a cost of $818,000, 15 projects in the water and education sectors were launched in the Bait Al-Faqih district, funded by the Yemen Humanitarian Fund and implemented by the National Foundation for Development, including the rehabilitation of 10 schools and the establishment of 5 water projects in the district.

While the foundation stone for the project to establish a desalination plant, rehabilitation and expansion of a water network for the Ras Issa project in the Al-Salif district, the rehabilitation and expansion of the Khofan water project in the Al-Munira district, in addition to the rehabilitation and operation of 5 health facilities in the Al-Tahita district at a cost of $ 998 thousand, was funded by the Yemen Humanitarian Fund and implemented by the National Foundation.

A foundation stone was also laid, and a project to build 75 housing units in the Bajil district, funded by the United Humanitarian Foundation and implemented by the Haidara Foundation, was inaugurated at a cost of $440,000.

Al-Hamli also inaugurated the distribution of professional bags to 630 beneficiaries as part of the Islamic Relief Organization-funded programme to enhance the livelihoods of vulnerable people for economic recovery. Sewing machines and other items that allow households to get a living are included in the bags.

The Secretary-General of SCMCHA indicated that the inauguration and laying of the foundation stone for a number of projects in Hodeidah comes within SCMCHA’s effort with humanitarian action partners to alleviate the worst human crisis in the world experienced by the Yemeni people as a result of the aggression and siege, through the implementation of development and service projects that contribute to meeting the needs of the citizen, according to the priorities of need.

The inauguration was attended, and the foundation stone was laid, by Jaber Al-Razhi, general directors of the Humanitarian Affairs Council branch in Hodeidah Governorate, local organizations, Abdulsalam Al-Nawab, operations in the council, Ahmed Al-Suwaidi, directors of the National Foundation for Development, Muhammad Salah, Haidara Foundation, Suhair Al-Maisi, the relations officer in the National Foundation, Jalal Al-Darbi, and officials of the local authority in the districts of Al-Salif, Bajel, and Beit Al-Faqih

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