Sub-grants scheme on cases of discrimination and other human rights violations in Yemen
Wama Org. was awarded a sub-grant funded by the European Union on monitoring and documenting cases of discrimination and other human rights violations and determining the extent to which they are dangerous to human rights in compliance with local laws, rules and relevant international conventions. The project took place in five governorates: -(Ibb, Taiz, Al-Hodeidah, Al-Hodeidah, Al-Mahweet-Raymah). The documentation and monitoring covered life areas, including education, health, employment, political participation, and fair trials.
Food aid distribution project for affected and vulnerable families
The organization, with the support of Qatar Charity and a group of philanthropists, carried out A food intervention that included providing integrated food baskets as one of the quick responses to the situation.
In Jableh and Al-Dhahar District in Ibb Governorate.
Humanitarian aid for the poorest families
The project aims to empower women economically, provide job opportunities, and reduce poverty.
Increasing the income level of poor families.
Where 20 women were trained in the field of sewing and then they were given 20 machines.
Seamstresses to encourage them to rely on themselves and start their own projects
To support their families.
The pavement and extension of rugged mountainous roads in the district of Habish
In cooperation with Search for Common Ground Organization and the funding of the British Foreign Office, Wama Org. for Development and Human Rights has carried out a project of paving and extending some of the rugged mountainous roads in Naqil Al-Taqaa, Naqil Saif, and Naqil Al-Ja'aferah which connect the surrounding sub-districts with the center of the district of Habish in Ibb Governorate. The roads used to be difficult and time consuming to cross forcing girls to drop schools and many patients died or pregnant women aborted while being moved to the center of the district. Because some roads are close to private lands, several conflicts took place whenever the residents desired to rehabilitate or expand the roads. Such conflicts sometimes led to killings, so this intervention came after several community gatherings in which existing conflicts were resolved. Funding was also awarded to rehabilitate these areas, pave and extend the roads so as to achieve social peace among the community and to find common ground that contribute to effective participation to create an atmosphere of peace, security and stability.