Yemen's delegate to UN calls for generous support from international community

New York (Debriefer)
2019-12-10 | Since 2 Week

Abdullah Al Saadi, Permanent Representative of Yemen to the United Nations

Yemen's permanent representative to the United Nations, Ambassador Abdullah Al-Saadi, stressed that the humanitarian situation in Yemen needs more international support in order to face the humanitarian crisis resulting from the "coup of the Houthi group."
Al-Saadi revealed, during Yemen's speech at an event held Monday evening at the United Nations headquarters in New York City to collect donations for the Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF), that "an amount exceeding $ 75 million has been allocated to Yemen during the past few years to provide water and non-food aid, and services Protection for the most vulnerable. "
Al-Saadi praised the United Nations' interest in the situation in Yemen and its determined efforts to assist the Yemeni people in facing their humanitarian crisis.
Al-Saadi also praised the Fund's role and contribution in facing the critical developments of the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, including containing the cholera epidemic.
He added that the fund contributed to supporting 58 health centers and hospitals and providing cholera and diphtheria treatments.
Al-Saadi called on the international community to continue providing its generous support to the fund, expressing the aspiration of the Yemeni government for the fund to be able to achieve the funding goal set by the General Assembly in the amount of one billion US dollars for the year 2020.

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