Social Empowerment

Makkehum- The First Phase



The displaced families are suffering in Sana'a

Makkenhum Project in Sana'a

 

The first phase- Sana’a

Displaced families in Sana'a governorate suffer from many intractable problems caused by external and internal conflicts. These cities undergo from the increasing rates of displacement from different cities and governorates of the Republic especially those cities and governorates which have been affected mainly by the current conflict.

As the conflict in the country is escalating resulting in worsening the economic situation and the prices of essential goods increased dramatically, the displaced families’ needs are growing but they cannot afford them. As a result, Hemmat shabab Foundation for Development designed a program “ Makkenhum … for supporting themselves “, this program is aiming to help the displaced families in the capital Sana'a through empowering them economically ,that is, providing them with small income-generating projects to achieve and ensure the most basic elements of decent living for them

The project aims to enable the displaced and poorest families to own small projects and they can rely on themselves financially.

Location: Sana'a     

Beneficiaries: Sana'a - 100 families.

Workers and volunteers: Sana'a - 56 individuals,

Funded by Cargill Company


Makkehum- The First Phase



The displaced families are suffering in Sana'a

Makkenhum Project in Sana'a

 

The first phase- Sana’a

Displaced families in Sana'a governorate suffer from many intractable problems caused by external and internal conflicts. These cities undergo from the increasing rates of displacement from different cities and governorates of the Republic especially those cities and governorates which have been affected mainly by the current conflict.

As the conflict in the country is escalating resulting in worsening the economic situation and the prices of essential goods increased dramatically, the displaced families’ needs are growing but they cannot afford them. As a result, Hemmat shabab Foundation for Development designed a program “ Makkenhum … for supporting themselves “, this program is aiming to help the displaced families in the capital Sana'a through empowering them economically ,that is, providing them with small income-generating projects to achieve and ensure the most basic elements of decent living for them

The project aims to enable the displaced and poorest families to own small projects and they can rely on themselves financially.

Location: Sana'a     

Beneficiaries: Sana'a - 100 families.

Workers and volunteers: Sana'a - 56 individuals,

Funded by Cargill Company