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The government, in collaboration with six international organizations, has strengthened its support to Tigray State.
This was stated during a Webburn discussion organized by Chatham House, International Policy Research in the United Kingdom in collaboration with the Ethiopian Embassy in London.
The forum was attended by executives of international humanitarian organizations, international human rights organizations, heads of the United Kingdom’s Africa Development Agency, international media, international conflict and crisis analysis experts, and organizations focusing on Africa.
According to Mitiku Kassa, Commissioner of the National Disaster Risk Management Commission, who attended the Weberner meeting, food and non-food assistance was provided to 4.5 million people in the first round following the completion of the law enforcement operation in Tigray State.
In the second round, the same support was provided to 2.7 million citizens, he said.
About 70 percent of this support is provided by the government and 30 percent by international organizations.
He said the government has spent more than 3.7 billion birr on the ongoing humanitarian assistance. He said 86 of the 92 woredas in Tigray State are currently operating on their own.
In the past, the process of obtaining a permit has only been fully notified to the Ministry of Peace, and he has confirmed that donors and the media will enter the region.
He said the center is currently being set up in Mekelle and any assistance will be provided to the woredas.
He said the Ministry of Health has set up a mobile medical center in each woreda in collaboration with the regional health bureau.
He called on donors to strengthen nutrition support for children under 5 years of age and pregnant women, which should be given special attention under the coordination and humanitarian assistance agreement reached between the government and international aid agencies.
He said the resettlement of displaced people will be intensified as required by international principles.
He also said that the rebuilding of economic and social infrastructure destroyed by the TPLF will begin.
He said the government has opened all the roads and options for humanitarian aid and is hosting international aid organizations. Commissioner Mituku also said that the Defense Forces are also providing humanitarian assistance by providing vehicle patrols and security.
For her part, Katherine Bosse, UN Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator in Ethiopia, said the challenges were challenging but could be overcome by working with the government.
Director General of Doctors Without Borders, for his part, said the government should be commended for allowing international aid agencies to enter the region at any time.
He called for more aid to be provided.