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WFP confirms commitment to help Yemen
[01/10/2017 07:37]

ADEN-SABA
The World Food Program has confirmed commitment of helping Yemeni people and working with the government under President Hadi.

"The Program deals seriously with all issues made by the Supreme Relief Committee and has proved its commitment through its activities," said WFP Regional Director Stephen Anderson in response to a letter from the Head of the Yemeni Supreme Relief Committee AbdulraqeebFath.

He noted the program changed the the plan of supply and transport on sending food assistances to Taiz Province from Aden and increased the productivity of grinding in Aden so that it will be able to send more of wheat flour based on suggestions made by the committee.

Responding to demands of the supreme committee to activate UN offices in the transitional capital of Aden, the program has increased its staff to 6 international employees and 35 locals, confirming commitment of visiting Aden every month by him or his vice.

"We hope to increase the number of the program national staff to nine and 56 from locals…we signed a memo of understanding with the government on the program's operations across the country," he said.

He warned that interference of armed groups in distribution centers is not tolerated issue for the program and the program and its partners should enjoy full operational independence.


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