Zamfara State Government has pledged to strengthen the existing cordial relationship with the International and National Organisations working in the humanitarian sector.
The Commissioner of Humanitarian and Relief Matters Hon. Salisu Musa Tsafe made the disclosure during a meeting with the officials of Zamfara State Social Protection Platforms who paid him a familiarisation visit in his office.
The Commissioner noted that his appointment and portfolio to take charge of the Humanitarian and Relief Matters in the state, needs a formidable relationship with relevant stakeholders working in the humanitarian sector.
Salisu Musa explained that the administration of Governor Dauda Lawal is committed towards reducing the hardship being experienced by the vulnerable population in the state.
In a press release signed and made available to SMARTS NEWS by the Director Information, Zamfara State Humanitarian and Relief Matters, Bashir Kabiru Ahmad, the commissioner said, his policy will ensure a continuous and effective working relationship with any organisation working in social protection for the wellbeing of the state populace, especially the rural dwellers.
The Commissioner commended the officials of the Zamfara State Social Protection Platforms for their commitments towards supporting social protection activities in Zamfara State.
Mr Salisu Tsafe who assured them of his mammoth support to their activities urged people of the State to continue supporting the administration of Governor Dauda Lawal for the successful implementation of his Rescue Mission in Zamfara State.
Speaking earlier, the Chairman Zamfara State Social Protection Platforms Malam Nasiru Usman Biyabiki said they were in the Commissioner’s Office for familiarisation and need for continuous relationship with the managers of Humanitarian and Relief Matters in the state.
Usman Biyabiki appealed to the Commissioner to intimate the State Government to consider the National Social Register while making plans to address poverty challenges across the board of the state.