Operate 27 Solar Power Modules in Dhammar

UNOPS Announced to Operate 27 Solar Power Modules and to Implement Five Projects in Dhammar


A meeting held today, presided by the Senior Deputy Governor of Dhamar Governorate, Fahad Abdulhamid Al-Marwani, with the UNOPS Representative, Eng. Khaled Basalamah discussed arrangements for implementing a number of emergency projects in sectors of roads, education, health, hygiene, and water, provided by UNOPS under the Urban Cities Project for the current year.

Al-Marwani pointed out that the governorate leadership relies on UNOPS projects interventions to meet a part of the essential needs of the vital and service sectors, indicating the needs of the governorates in the context of continued displacement and resource scarcity due to the aggression and blockade, and pointing out the importance of coordination with the local authority and the concerned offices in the preparation of studies and implementation phases.

Al-Marwani urged the expeditious completion of the arrangements to start implementing the approved projects for the current year in various sectors, and he emphasized the preparedness of the local authority to facilitate the work of international and humanitarian organizations to ensure the success of their projects in the governorate.

Further, the Deputy Governor of Dhamar Governorate, Mahmood Al-Jubain, pointed out the importance of expanding the UNOPS projects during the forthcoming period to cover the various districts due to the urgent humanitarian needs, in rural areas in particular.

For his part, the UNOPS Representative, Eng. Khaled Basalamah, pointed out that the first phase projects include the operation of 27 solar power modules within health and education sectors, including 20 schools and seven health centers, rehabilitation of the waste dump and the workshop of the hygiene fund, in addition to implementing 5 projects in the sectors of public works and roads and a cleaning campaign in the city.

Directors of Executive Offices in the governorate reviewed the most important needs and projects that could be assimilated within UNOPS interventions during the current year.