Dropout of education is one of the major widespread phenomena in recent years in Yemen. Statistics show that millions children are out of school, and that many of those children leave their schools to search for work to support their families.
This problem is one of the countless scourges facing the educational process in Yemen, and its negative impact is not restricted to students but rather extends to all segments of society.
The problem of dropping out of education raises the illiteracy and unemployment rates, weakens the economic and productive structure of the individual and society, and generates serious phenomena in society, such as child labor, child trafficking, etc.
HUMAN ACCESS since its establishment implemented and supported various educational programs and activities due to the importance of education in addressing a wide range of societal ills, and attributable to the significant positive impact of education on both individual and community development.