MA’RIB, YEMEN: King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre (KSrelief) continues to implement its “My Skills My Livelihoods 2” Project in the Ma’rib governorate.
As of yesterday, 29 women were continuing their training course in baking and pastry production; the 60-hour course will provide trainees with the basic skills needed to create their own home-based businesses or find employment in the local job market.
Vocational areas in which training is offered under the program include: sewing and embroidery, hairdressing, electrical wiring, pastries and baking, mobile phone maintenance, and veterinary, livestock and agricultural activities. The early-recovery project targets 500 orphans and their families, 60% of whom have been displaced by the ongoing conflict in the country.
KSrelief provides a number of humanitarian projects and programs for orphans and their families in Yemen with the aim of improving their living conditions and providing them with comprehensive support and services.