About US

Generations Without Qat was founded in 2007 by a group of development professionals as voluntary work and officially become a licensed NGO in 2010. The organization works on two main interventions: awareness and development. Since 2014, the organization has provided rapid response activities and relief support to conflict-affected communities in multiple sectors, including shelter, NFIs, and CCCMs. Since our inception in 2010, GWQ has dedicated its efforts to supporting communities in the country, especially the most vulnerable ones, in providing livelihoods and boosting health and education. The organization’s target beneficiaries are young people, women and children, conflict-affected communities, and vulnerable populations.

Mission statement :

Strive to be the most efficient and neutral in involving and empowering society through sustainable relief and development interventions.

Vision statement :

A stable Yemeni society with a decent life and social justice.

Core Values :

Credibility - Neutrality - Efficiency - Accessibility

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Enjaz Program is one of the Volunteering Unit programs in Generations Without Qat. It aims to raise the skills and capabilities of young people in the social, economic and political fields. It also seeks to raise youth awareness on the voluntary work culture, and enable them to work effectively to ensure the sustainability of their community activities and initiatives.

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