UNFPA delegation visits safe space for women and girls in Mukalla
The safe space for women and girls in Mukalla, Hadhramaut Governorate, received a delegation from the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), consisting of Marina Al-Jubani, gender-based violence program analyst and focal coordinator of FGM programs in the Aden office, and Ahmed Ebrahim, program director in UNFPA’s Hadhramaut office.
During the visit, the delegation was briefed on the space’s services, its departments, and the progress of activities, including a vocational training program targeting 7 female trainees in mobile phone maintenance and programming.
Additionally, during their meetings with the space's administration and some beneficiaries, the delegation members discussed the challenges and difficulties associated with performance.
The visiting delegation praised the efforts made to support the most vulnerable families.
It is noteworthy that HUMAN ACCESS is running a project "Safe Space for Women and Girls" with UNFPA's funding to advance and empower women in all aspects of life, ensure their access to basic services, and protect them from gender-based violence.