The Community Center for IDPs in Marib Governorate held a focus group discussion in Al-Sawabin Camps, Sirawah district. The discussion focused on the educational and health situation, the major problems and obstacles faced by IDPs and the role of the community in this regard.
CSSW in the Capital Sana’a distributed food baskets to dozens of IDP families funded by the Imdad Institution.
Each family received a food package consisting of flour, rice, sugar, cooking oil, and beans. The distribution of such items comes within the food support project implemented by the Sana’a branch and benefiting thousands of IDP families from various governorates.
CSSW implemented an emergency relief project for the displaced and people affected by the conflict in the district of al-Khokha, Hodeidah Governorate.
A source in CSSW stated that dozens of families affected by the conflict benefited from the materials distributed in the villages of Dehyawi and al-Mazare. The materials contributed to alleviate the suffering of poor families and helped them overcome their difficulties in providing basic living necessities.
CSSW branch in Rayma governorate distributed food baskets for a number of poor and conflict-affected families in the district of Mezhar, whose inhabitants suffer from malnutrition. Each family received a food package consisting of wheat flour, rice, sugar, oil and beans, funded by the Turkish IHH organization.
CSSW branch in Shabwa governorate implemented a water project for the old neighborhoods in Nasab town.
The project, funded by the Malaysian Relief Agency, consists of the installation of 72 solar panels, a 15 kw pump and an energy conversion system, estimated to benefit some 8,000 residents of the area who suffered from water scarcity, the source said.
CSSW in Taiz governorate distributed food to displaced and affected families in al-Muzaffar and al-Qahirah districts. A source in the branch explained that (5526) displaced families benefited from the project funded by the Japanese ICAN organization.
The branch thanked the Japanese Government, people and humanitarian organizations for their efforts to relieve the Yemen’s population.
CSSW dispatched a medical convoy to al-Rahma Center in Qashin area, Hajar district, Hadhramout Governorate. A source at the branch indicated that the convoy contributed to the provision of free medical services to the population of the region, especially during the period of dengue fever and cholera prevalence.
The source added that around 250 people benefited from the services of the convoy, where the convoy involved an obstetrician, a surgeon and a general practitioner. The convoy inspected diseased cases, conducted basic laboratory tests and dispensed free medicines to them.
CSSW implemented a training course in the field of emotional communication for 98 male and female orphans in the Capital Sana’a. The course included a number of components, including types of intelligence, conflict of mind and emotion, self-understanding and emotions control.
CSSW performed a training course for 20 refugee volunteers, which contributed to empowering them with various individual and social skills that help them improve their livelihoods and serve their communities.
CSSW held a meeting for members of the capacity building of shelter cluster partners intended to develop a comprehensive capacity building strategy for the cluster partners. Attended by 10 local organizations, the meeting discussed a mechanism to consolidate the work of the previous cluster and its various activities in the capacity building and to transfer all such substances to the current cluster members.
The participants also discussed developing a plan of action based on measuring management and technical needs of the Shelter/NFI/CCCM cluster.
CSSW in Aden governorate, funded by the Turkish IHH organization, carried out extensive clean-up campaigns in most areas of al-Mualla district and its schools. The CSSW volunteer team supervised the workers of the Clean and Improvement Fund to clean up the streets of the district and collect garbage waste within a cholera disease combat project.
In collaboration with the UNHCR office in Yemen, CSSW organized a four-day group discussion to review the training needs of the refugee communities in the capital Sana'a as part of the Livelihood Improvement Project for Refugees. Dr. Mutahar al-Haidari, director of the refugee department, said that the discussions contributed to identifying the training needs of the refugee community for 2018 in the vocational and technical institutes.
CSSW office in Wusab al-Safil, Dhamar governorate, distributed food baskets to dozens of poor and conflict-affected families in the Tihama areas of the district where children there suffer from malnutrition.
Each family received a food package consisting of flour, rice, sugar, oil and pulses funded by Imdad Foundation for Humanitarian Development.
CSSW in the Capital Sana’a delivered (71) various tool kits for the excellent refugee graduates of the technical and vocational diploma training, funded by UNHCR.
Last December, CSSW distributed food items consisting of flour, rice, sugar, oil and pulses to dozens of IDP families affected in several governorates.
Those activities conducted in partnership with the Turkish IHH and Deniz Feneri and the Japanese ICAN organizations.
The branch of CSSW in Taiz governorate distributed food baskets to displaced people from districts of Attaezziya and Dumnat Khadir.
A source in the branch indicated that these items donated by the Turkish IHH, noting that the components of the food basket included flour, sugar, rice, oil and pulses.
CSSW distributed food items to a number of poor and conflict-affected families in the Tihama areas of Wusab al-Safil in Dhamar governorate.
A source in the branch indicated that these items came under the project of feeding the food implemented by the Society in a number of governorates. He pointed out that the components of the food basket included flour, rice, sugar, pulses and oil.
The CSSW branch in Taiz governorate distributed food items to (150) families displaced from the areas of Mate'a and al-Rabei of Jabel Habashi and Altaezziyyah districts.
A source in the branch commended the efforts of the funding Turkish organization, Deniz Feneri. The branch had also distributed relief materials granted by the Republic of China to the families affected by the armed conflicts.
The branch of CSSW in Sana'a governorate launched a medical center for the treatment of displaced people.
A source in the branch explained that more than 450 displaced families would benefit from the services of the center, thanking the supporters of the project, which will contribute to reducing the spread of diseases.
The launching event attended by a number of local authority representatives, community leaders and a number of displaced people.