Today, Monday, August 16, 2021, Generations Without Qat Organization for Awareness and Development carried out an introductory workshop on the project Assisting Livelihoods for Women and Youth in the city of Mukalla in Hadhramaut Governorate, in the presence of the Director of the Planning Office in the Hadhramaut coast, and representatives of several international and local organizations in Hadhramaut Governorate.
The project will last for three months, aims to support livelihoods by "providing small projects that generate income for them and targeting 50 families according to the selection criteria at a rate of (350) people from the most vulnerable families to support them and improve their livelihoods by supporting their stalled projects and helping them to obtain A more sustainable income, especially in the current situation."
Engineer Saleh Al-Omari, Director-General confirmed the support of the local authority for such projects due to their importance in relieving many families and overcoming the difficulties in obtaining a livelihood in light of the current conditions that the country is going through.
In turn, Muhammad Al-Aswadi, project manager at Generations Without Qat, and Doaa Al-Zubayri, project coordinator in the organization, pointed out that the organization's great interventions in several governorates and the implementation of several diverse projects, noting that this project will work sustainably to support those targeted families and on several stages.
During the workshop, interventions were made, a projector and a video were shown explaining the organization's work and its humanitarian interventions and standing by many families.