SANAA, The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for the Administration and Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Abdulmohsen Tawoos, discussed on Sunday with the head of the UNICEF Program Management Unit team, Dr. Sherin Varkey, the results of the evaluation of the emergency cash transfer project.
The meeting reviewed the evaluation of the results of the sixth round of the money transfer project to take advantage of the observations and avoid any deficiencies during the seventh session to be implemented in the second third of March.
The Secretary-General stressed the need to work on the principle of transparency and integrity at all stages of the provision of cash aid to the beneficiaries of UNICEF assistance, and to check first-hand for the arrival of aid to its beneficiaries, praising the organization's efforts in the field of humanitarian work.
He stressed that the Council will work to overcome the difficulties and find solutions that will facilitate the access of cash assistance to its beneficiaries and in time according to the schedule of delivery.
Tawoos pointed out the importance of expanding the cash assistance project by absorbing a larger segment of those affected, and increasing the cash share of each beneficiary.
The head of UNICEF'S programme management unit team praised the cooperation of the Supreme Council for Humanitarian Affairs and the interaction of its staff and branches in the provinces with the organization's activities.
Source: Yemen News Agency