Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) team, in cooperation with the United Nations Population Fund, has inspected the progress of the project to provide emergency services to women and girls affected by gender-based violence in Yemen, Saudi Press Agency reported.
KSrelief is funding the project in the governorates of Aden, Lahj, Taiz, Marib, Al-Mahra and Shabwah.
The project, which was inspected yesterday, aims to strengthen mechanisms to protect women and girls to prevent gender-based violence.
It also aims to ensure strengthening the capacities of women being affected by violence through vocational and professional training programs to ensure a stable source of income for women, so as to ensure their reintegration into society.
KSrelief works on implementing many humanitarian projects aimed at strengthening the capabilities of the most vulnerable groups in societies, including the elderly, women, children and people with special needs, believing in the importance of reaching these groups.