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Yemen Comprehensive Humanitarian Operation, Surveillance and Standards

Yemen Comprehensive Humanitarian Operation, Surveillance and Standards

Thursday, 25 January, 2018 - 08:15

The Yemen Comprehensive Humanitarian Operation (YCHO) targeted several axes while operations were launched in land, sea and air. The difference between this operation and other relief programs is that it was based on high standards accompanied with dedicated surveillance, according to officials in the relief sector.

In the third day of the operation, the landing field set by the Saudi forces with the support of the national army received in Safar Oilfield airplane number eight that arrives to the province.

This is a distinctive phase in the humanitarian work field to access liberated regions and displaced regions inside Yemen.

Asharq Al-Awsat newspaper was in the very heart of the operation since it was first launched from King Salman Airbase in Riyadh and until it reached Safar landing field in Ma’rib.

Executive Director of the Benevolence Coalition for Humanitarian Relief Eng. Fahmi Mansour said that the plan of work stands on quick delivery of aid to the people in need, after two huge classification and evaluation processes were made during the past days to determine the regions and households most in need.

In his statements to Asharq Al-Awsat, Fahmi declared that the previous field survey was based on international standards in determining the needs, adding that the distribution plan is being a 24 hours process, amidst comprehensive surveillance from units of the Arab Coalition and the Yemeni legit members.

Yemeni military sources reported, during a field tour on some regions that have received KSrelief aid, that Houthi militias are undergoing a severe collapse following the tough strikes they faced during the past days.

Fahmi added that the humanitarian plan of work contributed to tackling highly important humanitarian aspects and lifting morals of thousands of Yemenis.

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