To support and empower women and open the way for vulnerable families to contribute to the economy, HUMAN ACCESS in Wadi Hadhramaut handed over livelihood grants for the first and second quarters of this year to 23 women from the displaced and the host community in Seiyun city, as part of the protection and livelihood support project "Safe Space for Women and Girls" that is funded by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).

A series of basic and necessary procedures are followed prior to handing over empowerment grants, including a labor market analysis, and intensive vocational training and qualification in cooking, sewing, and hairdressing.

One of the most effective ways of helping vulnerable people rebuild their lives in a dignified and safe manner is to provide them with profession requirements that help them earn a living.

At the handover ceremony, the Seiyun Safe Space underlined the importance of these grants, which enable IDPs and the host communities to become more resilient and self-reliant.

For their part, the beneficiaries expressed their thanks for HUMAN ACCESS and UNFPA for this support that will enable them to improve their capabilities to live and build a prosperous life.