The Minister of Local Government and former Chairman of the Supreme Relief Committee, Abdul Raqeeb Saif Fatah, commented on the launch event of the report on the Multiple Indicator Survey, which was held by the Central Bureau of Statistics in collaboration with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) yesterday, Sunday, in the temporary capital, Aden.
Fatah said in his post on the “X” platform that the event did not have results, analysis and evaluation with sufficient dissemination and explanation due to the absence of the foundations of information-based development work.
Fatah wrote: The survey on multiple indicators, in which Prime Minister Dr. Maeen Abdul Malik The ceremony of announcing the results in the temporary capital, Aden… is one of the most important works, the results of which are supposed to be analyzed and evaluated and to receive a sufficient amount of publication and explanation by all means.”
Fatah pointed out, “But unfortunately, this did not happen due to the absence of the foundations of our development work based on information.”
The launch event of the Multiple Indicator Survey report was held in Aden, which was held by the Central Bureau of Statistics in partnership with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), in the presence of Prime Minister Dr. Maeen Abdulmalik.