WFP drops 38000 from beneficiaries list in Yemen government-held Marib

WFP drops 38000 from beneficiaries list in Yemen government-held Marib

 

The World Food Program has dropped 38,000 people from its beneficiaries list in the Yemeni government-held province of Marib, a local official said, accusing the UN agency of “receiving orders from its main headquarters in the Houthi-militant controlled Sana’a.

Sayf Muthanna Hassan, the director of the Executive Unit for Management of IDPs Camps told Awam Online news website in an interview that the WFP has also “failed to add 18 thousand new IDPs” in the province to its monthly aid list.

“The WFP has dropped the food rations of 38 thousand people as of last March and has not restituted it despite the approaches to its office in the province,” he elaborated.

“The WFP has not assumed its responsibility toward the IDPs in the province of over two million IDPs as of early 2020, save a limited intervention this week: Transferring the food rations for Majzar and Madghal districts to the liberated districts.”

Hassan said, “The stay of the WFP’s head office in Houthi-controlled Sana’a and the affiliation of its Marib office to the Sana’a office is one of the main hurdles to humanitarian work in the province” of Marib.

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