SANAA, Governor of Hajjah Hilal Abdo al-Soufi on Monday discussed with OCHA director, Sebastian Trev, the humanitarian interventions of OCHA in the province to support the displaced and affected due to the current situation in the country.

The meeting addressed aspects of cooperation between the province leadership and OCHA on the coordination of humanitarian interventions in accordance with existing priorities and emergency needs.

At the meeting, the Governor the OCHA and international organizations working in the humanitarian fields to provide support for the actual number of displaced, which reached to nearby 800 thousand people, in the province as well as those affected by the US-saudi coalition aggression and siege

He stressed the need to expand OCHA services and projects in various areas of accommodation, food and health and meet their needs and requirements necessary.

He referred to the new wave of displacement of the displaced persons who were in the displacement camps in the Bani Hassan district of Abs district due to recent events in the region.

The governor stressed the readiness of the local authority leadership to provide facilities and overcome difficulties in the humanitarian and relief work for the displaced and affected.

For his part, the Director of OCHA valued the facilities provided by the local authority leadership in the province for

the humanitarian projects that are part of the emergency response program.

He stressed that he will work with the competent authorities to provide the largest amount of aid and food, being commensurated with the actual need of displaced and affected in the province.

Source: Yemen News Agency

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