Deputy Minister of Planning and International Cooperation Nizar Basuhaib discussed Sunday with representatives of a number of international organizations in Yemen implementing projects in humanitarian and development fields.
The separated meetings dealt with efforts and programs are being carrying out in fields of relief, shelter, services and health provided to different social sects in targeted cities and areas.
Basuhabi signed basic treaties with four international organizations for opening offices in Aden to carry out their projects and activities.
He signed two treaties with Regional Director of French Islamic Relief, operating in fields of water, sanitation and education and Senior Director of Emergency Operation at Lutheran World Relief working in fields of protection and psychological and social programs and provides shelter materials.
Basuhaib also signed a treaty with Regional Director of German Organization Diakonie Flüchtlingsdienst.
The organization provides humanitarian aid to affected and vulnerable people of natural disasters and armed conflicts.
The organization focuses on nutrition and response to hunger, sanitation, hygiene, diarrhea and cholera.
He also signed a treaty with Representative of Saba Foundation for Relief and Development Huthaifa al-Qershi.
The organization works in field of health, education, water, sanitation, shelter and food.
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