Al-Hamli and a delegation of an international organization are briefed on the humanitarian needs in Hodeidah

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, and the Regional Director of Save the Children in the Middle East, Akin Kajati, were briefed on the urgent needs of service and development projects in the Bait Al-Faqih district in Al-Hodeidah Governorate.

Al-Hamli and Kajati, along with the director of the governorate’s SCMCHA branch, Jaber Al-Razhi, and the resident representative of the Save the Children organization, Rama Devi, listened to an explanation of the directorate’s needs in terms of projects in the sectors of education, water, and health, expressing hope for the implementation of a water network for the people of Al-Husseiniyah.

They also heard Al-Razhi explain the projects undertaken in Al-Hussainiya in the education and water sectors, which require extension through the development of a network to deliver water to the area’s households.

The Secretary-General of SCMCHA stated that the purpose of the visit was to inform the organization’s regional director about the situation of humanitarian work in the governorate, emphasizing the importance and specificity of interventions and humanitarian support to the governorate as a result of the damage caused by the aggression and siege.

He highlighted the significance of strengthening humanitarian interventions and stepping up organizational efforts to address the needs of citizens in all governorates, as well as working on development and service projects that contribute to the alleviation of human suffering.

For his part, the international official reaffirmed the organization’s commitment to implementing projects in the education and water sectors, appreciating the council’s role in supporting the organizations’ work.

During their visit, they were accompanied by the Council’s Director General of Local Organizations, Abdel Salam Al-Nawab, and a number of the organization’s staff.


The Secretary-General of SCMCHA discussed the issues and enormous needs of the Yemeni people with the regional directors of Save the Children in the Middle East, Ekin Kagati, and the German, Jacob Florian.

He emphasized the need of continuing to support critical sectors that are related to citizens’ lives and highlighting on sustainability in project implementation.

He expressed his hope that the delegation’s visit would help to strengthen and expand the amount of support for various priority areas, as well as to alleviate human suffering as a result of the aggression and blockade, appreciating Save the Children’s role and work in the past.


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