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Human Rights Ministry: Intl. Organizations Abdicated Their Humanitarian Responsibility in Yemen

News - Yemen: The Chargé d’Affairs of the Ministry of Human Rights Ali Al-Dailami stressed on Monday that the suffering of the Yemeni people imposes the need to review the mechanisms of work of international organizations in Yemen, emphasizing that these organizations shirked their humanitarian responsibilities.

Al-Dailami’s remarks came during a panel discussion organized by the ministry on the role of the United Nations in Yemen on the occasion of the World Humanitarian Day, in Sana'a.

"The increasing suffering of the Yemeni people imposes on us the need to review the mechanisms of work of international organizations in the country," Al-Dailami said. “Our accusation to the United Nations of the lack of transparency, accountability and integrity in the aid of international organizations came after these organizations shied away from their humanitarian responsibilities."

He called on the UN and various international organizations to share the mechanisms for implementing their humanitarian programs in Yemen with the National Salvation Government to achieve transparency.

For his part, the official spokesman for the Ministry of Human Rights Talaat Al-Sharjabi indicated that the aggression's use of starvation as a means of war on Yemen has doubled the suffering of millions of citizens.

Al-Sharjabi explained that the UN operational expenses amounted to nearly 70% of the total aid of international donors during the last period, considering that the poor implementation of humanitarian projects in Yemen is deliberate by UN organizations.

The United Nations continues to exploit the war on Yemen by collecting donations in the name of saving the Yemeni people.

The organizations of the United Nations issue every now and then many reports about the extent of the bad humanitarian situation in Yemen, reporting on malnutrition among children and pregnant mothers in order to collect financial donations.

The organizations do not talk about the effects of the war imposed on Yemen over the past eight years. Rather, they worked to mislead the international community by talking about a "civil conflict" away from the existence of a large international coalition waging a war on Yemenis.

Meeting the humanitarian needs of citizens and reporting on record levels on child malnutrition and the threat of famine in Yemen, as a result of what it describes as conflict, was the most common slogan promoted by the UN to obtain funds.
 
Observers said that the humanitarian aid donated by donor countries to Yemen is not a solution, stressing that the best solution is to stop the war on Yemen. They also indicated that the flow of financial aid from donor countries through organizations or the pro-aggression government has not changed anything over the past years.

Many international reports have confirmed that the organizations spend nearly 70% of the financial grants provided as aid to the Yemeni people on their operating expenses, while a report of the United Nations experts accused the pro-aggression government of corruption and money laundering.

 

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