HUMAN ACCESS in Marib Governorate carried out a wide range of activities within the context of the protection and livelihood support project “Safe Space for Women and Girls”, funded by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief), to address issues related to women’s rights in Yemen.

In Al-Matar area, the safe space organized community awareness about the importance of time management as one of the factors for success and excellence, in addition to organizing three psychological support sessions, about the importance of mental health, psychological satisfaction, and ways to overcome psychological pressures.

Mental health needs have reached a high level after years of devastating conflict in the country, making these sessions particularly important.

In Al Jufaina area, the safe space hosted psychological support on mental health and its relationship to achievement.

Three awareness sessions were also held, the first on self-destructive matters and how to deal with them to reach a safe and stable life, and the second on the importance of personal hygiene as a culture and lifestyle that protects us from many diseases.

With the participation of 14 women, the third session focused on the harms of early marriage.

Similarly, the safe space in Al-Rawda area and Al-Mil camps conducted a life, financial, and marketing skills training for 14 beneficiaries of the vocational rehabilitation program during the second quarter of this year.

The goal is to qualify beneficiaries with basic life, marketing and financial skills and prepare them to engage in the labor market, launch their own businesses, and earn a living.