In view of the difficult humanitarian conditions Yemen is going through as a result of recent conflicts, the dramatic increase in poverty rates, the increase in humanitarian needs throughout Yemen, and in light of difficult global conditions witnessed by most countries of the world in the face of Coronavirus pandemic, and with the advent of the blessed month of Ramadan, and under the slogan (Your Giving is Life), HUMAN ACCESS launched its Ramadan campaign for the year 2021.

This campaign will be implemented throughout Yemen's governorates, and in partnership with many donor organizations and supporting bodies, which will contribute to alleviating the suffering of displaced, poor and affected families, and the families of orphans, and bringing joy and happiness to them during the days of the blessed month of Ramadan.

Yahya Al-Daba, Head of HUMAN ACCESS, stated that this year's Ramadan projects include four main projects: the food basket, the fasting breakfast meal, dates and meat, and the Eid clothing and gift. It is expected that about (1,570,000) people will benefit from these projects across the governorates of Yemen. Al-Daba indicated that HUMAN ACCESS has adopted the distribution in accordance with the public safety requirements with taking into account the precautionary and preventive measures to confront the Corona virus.

Al-Daba congratulated the Yemeni people on the occasion of the blessed month of Ramadan, and the peoples of the Arab and Islamic nations on this blessed occasion, calling on God Almighty to have the month of Ramadan accompanied by obedience, tranquility, safety and wellness.

For his part, Dr. Abdulwase Alwasai, Secretary General of HUMAN ACCESS, explained that Ramadan charitable projects are among the major projects implemented by HUMAN ACCESS. He added said that the Ramadan charitable projects have achieved successes during the past years in reaching a large segment of the displaced families, the poor, the affected, and the families of orphans through the Ramadan campaigns, stressing that HUMAN ACCESS has benefited from its long experience in implementation through an effective mechanism and a network of its workers and volunteers in the branches, offices and committees in all governorates.

Dr. Alwasai extended his thanks and appreciation to everyone who gave and contributed to the support and financing of the project at home and abroad, calling on all humanitarian organizations, businessmen, donors and philanthropists to contribute to supporting Ramadan charitable projects, and make more volunteer efforts and provide the necessary services in view of the increasing need, especially in light of the current conditions that Yemen is passing through.