As part of the protection and livelihood support project "Safe Space for Women and Girls," funded by United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), HUMAN ACCESS organized a women's bazaar in Al-Wadi district of Marib Governorate to display and market the products of women who had completed vocational training and economic empowerment programs in sewing and tailoring during the first quarter of this year.

Among the goals of vocational rehabilitation and empowerment programs are to reduce poverty, improve women's and girls' access to financial resources, build their capacities, and provide them with the experience required to launch their businesses.

It is also important for bazaars to highlight their work, introduce their creativity, develop their abilities and skills, as well as provide them with marketing opportunities and make their products more competitive.