LOYAC’S Humanitarian (Development) Projects in Yemen

EDUCATE | TRAIN | EMPOWER

About

LOYAC Yemen is a civil society organization undertaking sincere humanitarian efforts in Aden, Lahij, and Hadhramaut. In 2016, LOYAC Yemen launched Give Her a Chance project to educate, train, and empower Yemeni women aiming for improving the quality of life for them and their families. In addition, LOYAC Yemen carries out other humanitarian work dedicated to all ages and is educational, charitable, and concerned with health.


EDUCATE

Give Her a Chance project gives priority to literacy classes, where teachers use Yemen’s Ministry of Education curriculum in teaching Arabic, English, and Math to Yemeni women and girls.

In 2021 alone, the number of female beneficiaries in the three governorates, Aden, Lahij, and Hadhramaut reached 1300 female students.

TRAIN

Give Her a Chance also includes the Training Center where women learn sewing, makeup artistry, hair styling, bakhour and perfume making, and Henna art. It aims at providing women with skills and crafts that help them qualify for paid jobs.

EMPOWER

Give Her a Chance empowers Yemeni women and gives them the financial independence needed to support themselves and their families, by offering the trainees, who are distinguished in the field of sewing, paid job opportunities in Khair Everywhere Project, in Lahij. The young and talented Nadeen Dadaa, who was initially a trainee herself, currently manages Khair Everywhere, and designs and teaches hand stitches and embroidery there.

Other Humanitarian Work

These are educational, charitable, and health activities, and are dedicated to all ages. Usually, The most important ones are food aids, public libraries, clothes banks, and various training courses for the youth.


Quick Facts 2020


Direct Beneficiaries:


5040

Individuals

400

Families


Indirect Beneficiaries:


9

Workers

50

Volunteers

28

Teachers


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