Hadhramaut Deputy governore Assistant for Al-Wadi and Al-Sahra districts Affairs, Eng. Hisham Muhammad Al-Saidi, in the city of Seiyun, launched the distribution of NFIs for the IDPs in Hadramout Governorate, funding by UNHCR, implemented by SHS
At the launched ceremony, Eng.Hisham praised the efforts of the donors and pointed to the importance of the project, which comes under the conditions of the cold weather in the region, adding, “Today we launched the distribution of NFIs provided by the UNHCR with the implementation of SHS, which targets 490 IDPs HHs in the. Districts of the Al-Wadi and Al-Sahra, said these NFIs contribute to helping the IDPs families, coinciding with the onset of the winter season, which helps alleviate the suffering of the IDPs.
the basic NFIs needed by the IDPs in daily life were distributed. Therefore, we hope that these NFIs aid will reach to the targeted IDPs and new arrivals from all districts.
We hope that the local authorities will raise the names of the new IDPs so they can do the intervention to help them and alleviate their suffering. ”
In a turn, the supervisor of the SHS in Hadramout Governorate, Mr. Ali Abdullah Al-Alawi, explained that these materials include (mattresses, blankets, mosquito nets, household appliances, solar lighting) distributed to (490 families) and expressed his pleasure “with the participation of the local authority represented by Mr. Hisham, Ms. Nadia. “The Executive Unit for the IDPs for the inauguration and their continuous response to assist the IDPs . He thanked SHS team and the donors for the continuity in supporting the IDPs, and he hopes that the host community will receive part of this support as it receives a share of the suffering.”
For her side, Ms. Nadia Al-Fakhry referred to the importance of this project and the concern of donors to the IDPs, and said, “We extend our sincere thanks to the local authority for its permanent support to the IDPs who have been displaced from their countries and their homes. We thank the SHS, which distributes the NFIs that came on the right time for the winter season that will not only warm them from the cold.” But it will protect them from diseases that the local authorities cannot overcome due to the lack of means to cover these basic needs, and this project aims to cover part of this need.
It is noteworthy that the SHS is implementing this project with the support of the UNHCR in many governorates of Yemen.