Deputy Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Nizarba-Suhaib signed on Sunday with representatives of Oxfam, Islamic Relief and Norwegian Refugee Council (NDC) agreements in field of water, environment, food security, relief and development.
The agreements stipulated on having permanent headquarters to the three organizations in the transitional capital of Aden so as these organizations will operate their activities from Aden.
The agreements include solving disputes, nutrition, capacity building and supporting orphans program. Meanwhile the treaty signed with the NRC included food security, livelihoods, environment and education, as well as law aid.
Ba-Suhaib discussed with the representatives of these organizations the possibility of implementing a number of projects in field of tackling draught in some provinces, social issues and others.
He renewed readiness of the ministry for providing different facilitations to the organizations for easing their measures and coordination with them.
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