Al-Hamli meets the new head of the Spanish delegation of MSF
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, met today the new head of the Spanish MSF mission in Yemen, Samuel Sileschi, and the former head of the mission, Caroline Ducarme, to bid farewell on the occasion of the end of her tenure in Yemen.
During the meeting, Al-Hamli appreciated the former mission’s achievements and wished the new mission’s head success in performing his duties and that the work would continue at a rapid pace.
He emphasized the mission’s humanitarian purpose, emphasizing the Council’s eagerness to offer the necessary facilities for the mission and its staff so that they can perform their roles.
Al-Hamli emphasized the importance of collaborative coordination between the SCMCHA and the mission in order to achieve the common goal of humanitarian operations.
For her part, the former mission chief expressed gratitude to the Council for all of its efforts throughout her service, wishing that facilities for mission work and support for the next mission chief would be maintained.
The new mission chief emphasized the mission’s eagerness to implement projects in continued collaboration with SCMCHA.
The meeting was attended by the Director of Monitoring and Evaluation at SCMCHA, Muhammad Al-Razzaa, and Ammar Al-Sayani, the legal director.