545,046 people benefited from the sacrificial project for this year 1445 AH - 2024, which was implemented by HUMAN ACCESS during the days of Eid Al-Adha in most of Yemen’s governorates in partnership with many donor organizations, supporting bodies, and philanthropists.

Through the project, meat and assistance were delivered to the most affected communities in Yemen, including displaced families, needy people, and orphans, benefitting 543,096 people, as well as delivering clothing and Eid gifts to 1950 children.

In a special statement, Yahya Al-Dabaa, Head of HUMAN ACCESS, said that the Qurbani project helped poor and needy families in light of the increasing cases of hunger, poverty, malnutrition, and unemployment, and its success is one of the fruits of the association’s long experience, its efficiency and reliability in charitable work.

In his speech, the head of the association confirmed that the project embodied the bonds of fraternity, solidarity, and compassion that our religion calls for. He noted that the selection of targets was carefully made and focused on those areas where many people need assistance and support.

Al-Dabaa extended his thanks and appreciation to the philanthropists and various donors who shared the association’s charitable work and humanitarian initiative and funded the sacrificial project this year to bring joy and happiness to the most vulnerable and needy groups during the days of Eid.