In partnership with UNHCR, A training meeting for members of the protection networks in Marib Governorate
HUMAN ACCESS in Marib Governorate, in partnership with UNHCR, held a training meeting for the protection network members. The aim of the meeting is to introduce 100 members to the skills of surveying, monitoring, reporting humanitarian need, and referring emergency cases that require an emergency response. During the meeting, Saleh Qasim, head of HUMAN ACCESS in Marib governorate, indicated that more than 2 million displaced persons in Marib governorate suffer from living difficulties, as most of them live in emergency camps that suffer from extreme poverty, lack the basics of humanitarian needs and are in need of support and protection.
Qasim emphasized that the activity of the HUMAN ACCESS community center for 2021 includes an assessment of 25 thousand families targeted in six districts (Al Madina, Al Wadi, Al Juba, Harib, Sirwah, and Rahba) and providing aid and relief to the weak and most vulnerable groups. This also includes providing social services, identity documentations, psychological and legal support, and financial support for vulnerable cases according to humanitarian standards.