Funded by King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) and implemented by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), in cooperation with the Gender-Based Violence Cluster in the capital, Aden, HUMAN ACCESS participated in a training program for women’s protection partners on case management of gender-based violence.

The three-day training is designed to improve the provision of response services to issues of gender-based violence by improving the capabilities of case management specialists in agencies working in the field of women’s protection, along with building skills and foundations for case management work and the guidelines for handling survivors.

It is noteworthy that HUMAN ACCESS is implementing a project to provide protection and support livelihoods for vulnerable groups in Yemen, “Safe Space for Women and Girls,” in the governorates of (Aden, Marib, Hadhramaut, Al-Mahra, Shabwa, Taiz, and Hodeidah), with funding from King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) and the United Nations Fund (UNFPA), to increase access to gender-based violence response services.