Meeting held in Hajah discusses Int’l organization’s interventions’ level in province
HAJAH, Oct. 8 (YPA) – Hajah Province Governor Hilal al-Sufi affirmed on Monday that the humanitarian aids provide by the donor organizations not cover the minimum needs of the citizens in Hajah’s districts due to the aggravated situation caused by the US-backed Saudi-led coalition war and its all-out blockade imposed on the Yemeni People.
This came during a meeting attended by mangers of the branch of the National Authority to Coordinate Humanitarian Affairs, offices of health, education, social affairs, agriculture and irrigation, during which the governor stressed on the importance of the coordination with these organizations to ensure the expanding of theirs activities and interventions and help the food and shelter aids to reach to all the district of province.
Meanwhile, a meeting headed by Hajah Governor Hilal al-Soufy the aggravated humanitarian situation in the province due to the coalition’s economic war on the country and level of humanitarian support provided by the humanitarian organizations to Yemen.
During the meeting the director of the branch of authority Alan Ali a report on the level of aid interventions provide by several international organizations and local associations in the province.