Al-Hamli meets the representative of WHO in Yemen.
Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation,
Ibrahim Al-Hamli, met today with the representative of the World Health Organization in Yemen, Arturo Bisiqan.
The meeting reviewed a variety of humanitarian and health-related challenges, as well as coordinating mechanisms to assure project implementation in the health sector.
During the meeting, Al-Hamli emphasized the importance of effective and continuous coordination between the SCMCHA and WHO in order to overcome work problems and develop appropriate solutions that contribute to the implementation of health projects that contribute to alleviating Yemen’s worst human suffering in the world as a result of the aggression and blockade.
He highlighted the importance of coordinating with the Council, which serves as the single point of contact for organizations’ work, through the implementation of projects and activities that would raise the level of work in order to achieve positive results that meet the actual need in the field of work and the reality of beneficiaries.
The World Health Organization official, for his part, indicated willingness to conduct projects in collaboration with the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs, praising SCMCHA’s efforts to facilitate the work of humanitarian organizations working in Yemen.
The meeting was attended by the General Director of Planning and Projects at the Council, Jamal Barih, and Operations, Ahmed Al-Suwaidi