HUMAN ACCESS in Marib Governorate helped 922 displaced people obtain electronic personal cards, within the framework of the integrative project funded by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), to stand by the displaced people in need of humanitarian assistance.

Helping the most vulnerable displaced people to obtain personal cards is part of ongoing efforts to enable them to obtain identification documents, as it is a crucial matter in public life, to exercise basic rights, to access social safety networks and social protection mechanisms, and to provide a safer environment for all.

In addition, the protection sector in the integrated project provides psychological and social support to displaced families, especially children, given the rise in psychological and social needs to very high levels in Yemen due to the ongoing conflict.

Providing psychosocial support will enhance the ability of displaced persons to withstand and face challenges.