In the governorates of Shabwa and Marib, HUMAN ACCESS organized a number of activities under the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)-funded program "Safe Space for Women and Girls" to empower Yemeni women with benefits for themselves, their families, and society in light of the harsh circumstances of conflict and economic decline.

In the city of Ataq of Shabwa, the safe space implemented a legal awareness session, targeting a number of women and girls who were candidates for vocational training and addressed issues related to women's rights.

In Marib, a workshop was concluded to develop the capabilities of the protection and livelihood support project staff in writing humanitarian success stories, given their importance in presenting humanitarian cases and the success of the project's interventions.

In Al-Jufaina area in Marib, the safe space carried out three vocational training courses.

With a participant number of 16 women in the first training in sewing, 13 in the second training in hairdressing and cosmetic art, and 27 in the third training in marketing, finance, and life skills, the training aimed at providing trainees with the necessary skills to meet the demands of the market.