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Wednesday, 03 April 2019 11:04

GNDS Receives Donors Delegation for OCHA and Demands Full Support for the Next Phase

the government of North Darfur State ( GNDS) has revealed its efforts exerted in widening the security size, enhancing peace and stability thanks to the immense deployment of police forces and prosecutions offices, a matter that encourages the IDPs and refugees to return to their original areas.
This came when the minister of health and social development, the deputy of governor of (NDS) Mr. Marwan Al-Tijani Atabyb received, in El-Fasher on Sunday, the donors’ delegation for the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), headed by Mr Nail Cremen.
The deputy presented an overall report on humanitarian situations, he stressed that the government keeps going to realize sustainable solutions through the provision of services of infrastructure specially water, health, education, and all services needed by voluntary return areas for ensuring the normalization of life, considering the stability and calmness which came true as the result of that UNAMID mission started its pull out gradually from Darfur. The Minster also called for moving from emergency and relief stage to the early recovery programme.
He demands the international donors to support all the development projects such as drilling underground wells , installing solar energy systems, training youth and women as well as means of livelihoods.
” the state is hosting a huge number of refugees who came from South Sudan ,they are sharing all basic services with local community, so we need your urgent support in this matter” he said .
He added ” the new assistance should be a totally different from the past”.
The deputy also affirmed the cooperation with the delegation for offering all facilities in order to make the mission of delegation gets succeed.
For his part, the chairman of delegation, the advisor of Humanitarian Affairs of (OCHA ), Mr. Nail Cremen. Said this visit comes to identify humanitarian situation challenges, the affected people by Darfor conflict, besides to assess the work of OCHA on the ground. He welcomed the decision taken by (GNDS ) to put options for IDPs whether they want to reintegrate into the local community or to return voluntarily to their home villages.