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LOYAC’S Humanitarian (Development) Projects in Yemen

EDUCATE | TRAIN | EMPOWER

About

LOYAC Yemen is a civil society organization undertaking sincere humanitarian efforts in Aden, Lahij, and Hadhramaut. In 2016, LOYAC Yemen launched Give Her a Chance project to educate, train, and empower Yemeni women aiming for improving the quality of life for them and their families. In addition, LOYAC Yemen carries out other humanitarian work dedicated to all ages and is educational, charitable, and concerned with health.


EDUCATE

Give Her a Chance project gives priority to literacy classes, where teachers use Yemen’s Ministry of Education curriculum in teaching Arabic, English, and Math to Yemeni women and girls.

In 2019 alone, the number of female beneficiaries in the three governorates, Aden, Lahij, and Hadhramaut reached 625 female students.

TRAIN

Give Her a Chance also includes the Training Centre where women learn sewing, makeup artistry, hair styling, bakhour and perfume making, and Henna art. It aims at empowering women economically and giving them the financial independence needed to support themselves and their families. Give Her a Chance also offers women who are distinguished in the field of sewing, training, and job opportunities in the Tailoring Centre in Lahij.

EMPOWER

In September 2019, Give Her a Chance opened a Tailoring Centre in Lahij to provide Yemeni women with employment opportunities as artisans, making handmade and embroidered clothes, bags, and accessories. The Tailoring Centre is deeply dedicated to empowering Yemeni women that it sponsored a former trainee at the Training Centre. The talented young Nadeen Dadaa proved her competence and excellence and went to receive intensive training in Lebanon. She currently teaches hand stitches and embroidery in the Tailoring Centre.

Other Humanitarian Work

These are usually educational, charitable, and health activities, and are dedicated to all ages. In 2019 alone, LOYAC Yemen initiated 11 humanitarian activities, some of which were food aids, awareness campaigns, public libraries, kids’ camps, and many others.


Quick Facts


Direct Beneficiaries:


2618

Individuals

350

Families

900

Children


Indirect Beneficiaries:


22

Workers

108

Volunteers

26

Teachers


Total number of beneficiaries from LOYAC’s Humanitarian (Development) Projects in Yemen is 3674 person


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