In Al-Mahra Governorate, HUMAN ACCESS provided economic empowerment toolkits to a number of women and girls who had been professionally qualified to master this income-generating skill in mobile phone maintenance and programming.

This program is part of the protection and livelihood support project, “Safe Space for Women and Girls,” in collaboration with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and King Salman Humanitarian Aid & Relief Center (KSrelief).

The delivery process took place in the presence of Ali Bakhit Al-Mutairi, Assistant Director of the KSRelief office in Al-Mahra, Salem Al-Saqqaf, Relief Coordinator at the Center, Ahmed Sharaf, Director of the Protection Sector at UNFPA, and Fayez Balhaf, the Director-General of the Social Affairs and Labor office in the governorate.

During the distribution, Fayez affirmed the local authority’s support for such income-generating projects, expressing appreciation to HUMAN ACCESS, UNFPA, and KSRelief for implementing these humanitarian projects that contribute to meeting the needs of vulnerable groups, and also meet the needs of the women’s community in regard to protecting their data and privacy.