Social Empowerment

Makkehum- The third Phase



Makkenhum Project in Sana'a

Third Stage- Sana’a

Hemmat Shabab Foundation for Development, in partnership with International Cargill Company, seeks to reduce the growth of poverty in Yemeni society through lunching Makkenhum project that will enable the poor and destitute families to create sustainable employment opportunities by having a small project through which they can confront the poverty and deprivation.

Hemmat Shabab Foundation launched the third stage of Makkenhum project in mid-March 2019 in the Municipality of the capital Sana'a. The project targeted 140 poor and destitute families, 100 families in Ma’een directorate and 40 families in Safia directorate through enable them to have a mall project in one areas that corresponds their expertise and skills. Empowerment project has passed through a number of key stages: beneficiary selection stage, interview stage, training stage, funding and development stage.

Location: Sana'a     

Beneficiaries: 140 families.  

Funded by Cargill Company


Makkehum- The third Phase



Makkenhum Project in Sana'a

Third Stage- Sana’a

Hemmat Shabab Foundation for Development, in partnership with International Cargill Company, seeks to reduce the growth of poverty in Yemeni society through lunching Makkenhum project that will enable the poor and destitute families to create sustainable employment opportunities by having a small project through which they can confront the poverty and deprivation.

Hemmat Shabab Foundation launched the third stage of Makkenhum project in mid-March 2019 in the Municipality of the capital Sana'a. The project targeted 140 poor and destitute families, 100 families in Ma’een directorate and 40 families in Safia directorate through enable them to have a mall project in one areas that corresponds their expertise and skills. Empowerment project has passed through a number of key stages: beneficiary selection stage, interview stage, training stage, funding and development stage.

Location: Sana'a     

Beneficiaries: 140 families.  

Funded by Cargill Company