In Taiz, HUMAN ACCESS held a workshop to introduce a project plan for treating malnutrition for 2023, funded by World Food Program (WFP). The workshop was attended by the leadership of the Public Health and Population Office in the governorate, representatives from the district’s health offices targeted by the project, district coordinators, storekeepers, as well as workers from mobile medical clinics.

In his opening remarks at the workshop, Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Sabri, Director General of Taiz Public Health Office, acknowledged HUMAN ACCESS and the World Food Program (WFP) as active partners who have worked together for years to implement health and relief projects throughout the governorate's districts to save the lives of the most vulnerable groups, in light of dwindling food and health care access.

It is worth noting that Yemen ranks among the countries with the highest rates of malnutrition among women and children.

With the support of partners, HUMAN ACCESS strives to prevent, detect and treat child malnutrition by working on the food, health and protection fronts, with a focus on children under five and pregnant and breastfeeding mothers.