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Department of Social Affairs launches annual meeting of directors of departments in local leaderships in governorates

SMA NEWS – Aden the capital

The Department of Social Affairs in the General Secretariat of the Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council launched, on Tuesday in the capital, Aden, its extended annual meeting of the departments of social affairs in the governorates of the south.

At the beginning of the meeting, Mr. Fadl Al-Jaadi, Deputy Secretary-General of the General Secretariat of the Presidency of the Southern Transitional Council, welcomed the attendees and conveyed to them the greetings of President Aidarous Qassem Al-Zubaidi, the President of the Southern Transitional Council.

Al-Jaadi expressed his happiness at inaugurating this meeting, stressing the importance of knowing ways to deal with organizations in the context of their support and assistance to those in need of support and finding a mechanism that enhances and organizes this work.

At the end of his speech, Al-Jaadi hoped that this meeting would come out with constructive recommendations to be submitted to the presidency of the Council, which would contribute to raising the level of social activity in the governorates of the South.

In turn, Aad Mohammad Ali Haitham, Head of the Social Affairs Department, praised the performance of the departments in the local authorities in the governorates of the South, praising the role they play in their governorates to develop social work and help needy groups.

Haitham stressed in his speech that the conditions experienced by the country forced the department to postpone the meeting that was scheduled to take place last year to this period, noting that the department is very keen to overcome any obstacles facing the work of the departments in the governorates to raise and develop the level of performance in them.

After that, the discussion was opened, and many issues and problems facing the departments in the governorates were discussed, and reviewed solutions that can be implemented for them.

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