In partnership with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), HUMAN ACCESS conducted activities for the 16-day campaign to combat gender-based violence in Hadhramaut, Shabwa and Marib governorates within the “Safe Space for Women and Girls” protection and livelihood support project.

Al-Shiher General Hospital's Psychosocial Support Center completed the 16-day campaign in Hadhramaut with a field trip to the dialysis center and Samoun camp for displaced people. The mission was to provide psychological support and raise the morale of patients and to distribute symbolic gifts to those in need.

The safe space of Ataq city in Shabwa organized a training program in first aid, targeting 20 trainees to equip them with the basic skills necessary in this health field.

Besides the theoretical component, the training also had a practical aspect.

The space also carried out awareness sessions targeting female secondary school students about the importance of women’s role in comprehensive development.

The safe space in Al-Rawda area and Al-Mil camps in Marib gave out economic empowerment grants to 12 beneficiaries for making men's belts and making pastries and sweets, as preparation for their involvement in the labor market and earning a livelihood, recognizing the critical role economic empowerment plays in tackling violence against women and girls.

Human rights activists, representatives of civil society organizations, and other quests attended a symposium on "Human Rights" at the safe space in Al-Jufaina.

On its part, the Safe Space in Al-Matar area honored several female volunteers in appreciation and gratitude for their humanitarian efforts and sacrifices to serve society, and to promote volunteerism for a better future for all.

During a safe space open day organized in Wadi Marib, numerous corners were set up to meet the needs of women, girls, and children, as well as a health corner offering medical services, consultations, and medications.

In an atmosphere of joy, the children's corner featured competitions, entertainment games, and gifts, which were appreciated by the attendees.

In Al-Mujamma area, the safe space carried out an awareness session on digital violence and electronic blackmail, which is a form of gender-based violence.

The session also targeted male and female students of the University of Sheba Province, to promote community awareness of the dangers of this widespread violence in today’s world and how to prevent it.