Al-Hamli and Qahim review the level of the alternative energy project at Hodeidah University.
The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Management and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and International Cooperation, Ibrahim Al-Hamli, and the Governor of Hodeidah, Muhammad Qahim, reviewed today the level of implementation and installation of the alternative energy system for Hodeidah University.
Al-Hamli and Qahim, along with the head of Hodeidah University, Muhammad Al-Ahdal, and the director of SCMCHA in the governorate, Jaber Al-Razhi, inspected the progress of installing the solar energy system for Hodeidah University at a cost of 279,263 dollars, with the support of UNOPS, with a capacity of 60 kilowatts.
Al-Hamli affirmed the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs’ eagerness to supply, develop, and run the alternative energy project for Hodeidah University in order to increase the educational process’s level.
While the Governor of Hodeidah appreciated the Supreme Council’s efforts and monitoring in supplying the solar system to Hodeidah University in order to boost the educational process.
During the visit, they were accompanied by the Director-General of Monitoring and Evaluation in SCMCHA Mohammed Al-Razza, the Director-General of local organizations, Abdul Salam Al-Nawab, and the UNOPS representative in Hodeidah, Saleh Soufan.