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Supporting orphans in Al-Mahra

The orphan support project in Yemen works to ensure the self-reliance of orphans, protect their dignity and facilitate their effective participation in society, and reduce any form of harm or discrimination against them, and accordingly, “KS Relief” supports this project with strong steps and increasing interest.

Within the activities of this project, supporting orphans in Al-Mahra in Yemen continues, as health care services are provided, a financial sponsorship, a bag of clothing and psychological support services are distributed, and the follow-up of education in schools is facilitated for orphaned children. During last March, a cash sponsorship for the month of March was distributed to nearly 300 orphan children, either by handing it at the association’s headquarters, or through field representatives who deliver sponsorship to families residing in remote and difficult-to-reach places.

About 300 children were also examined at the center, which was contracted for this purpose, and the necessary examinations were conducted and medicines were dispensed. About 15 children were examined daily, with follow-up of cases of children who had chronic diseases, and referring them to specialized doctors according to the case, as well psychological support activities were implemented targeting all orphaned children, where a psychological support team was present, with the choice of a suitable place, targeted mental and movement activities, motivational competitions, and the distribution of symbolic gifts for children.

Within the project of supporting orphans in Al-Mahra, a bag of clothes was distributed to 300 orphans, and this was done by contracting with a commercial contractor who fully provided the measurements for all children, and field representatives visited remote areas in this regard to take the sizes first, then to distribute clothes secondly, which required effort exceptionally done by the project team.

 

 

 

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Supporting orphans in Yemen

Orphans in Yemen need extraordinary care due to their painful reality and their sensitive situation on various levels, and it is no secret to anyone that children come at the forefront of human groups that always require special attention and careful follow-up in all areas, especially in times of wars and conflicts, where children are exposed to a tremendous number of psychological pressures and physical and moral deprivation.

With the increasing activities of “KS Relief” in Yemen following the conflict that has been going on for more than seven years, the reality of Yemeni children – especially orphans – is clearly evident in a way that calls for urgent intervention in order to support them and strengthen their steadfastness, as the available numbers and statistics indicate the reality of Yemeni orphans And their families – which amounted to more than a million orphans – to the extent of the tragedy they are experiencing.

“IRVD” with the support and funding “KS Relief” launched the project of “Supporting Yemeni orphans and strengthening their resilience” in several Yemeni governorates, through which the focus would be on a complete program in the context of supporting orphans in Yemen, through the sponsorship system and the restoration of rehabilitation, integration and empowerment of orphans in Yemen.

The latest statistics indicate that there are more than 1.1 million orphans in Yemen, and a previous report on orphans in Yemen states that 60 percent of them cannot complete their education, three percent of those with special needs, and four percent suffer from psychological problems, while nine in 100% of mothers of orphans suffer from chronic diseases and disabilities, and 70% of orphan families lack the necessary health services, and they are unable to buy medicine and bear the cost of treatment in hospitals.

In addition, orphans are the most affected groups as a result of the recent war in Yemen, which has caused a large number of children in general to suffer from many psychological problems that cannot be easily treated in the short term. Also, most of the orphans are not currently enrolled in school, but have had to work for providing their basic requirements, and some of them resort to begging and others to theft, not to mention that some Houthi militias have recruited these orphan children to forcibly fight in their ranks.

In general, the idea of ​​the project of supporting orphans in Yemen depends on providing integrated care for the families of orphans, and economic recovery, through providing shelter and food, as well as educational means for orphans, access to services and ensuring their regularity in education, and the project also includes providing psychological and health care for orphans.

The project also works in general to improve the conditions in which orphans and their families live in light of the difficult conditions in the country, in order to preserve them from displacement, deviations and extremism, and to reunite families so that they do not disintegrate and become vulnerable to loss, and in order to establish them in their original areas as much as possible.

During the month of March, a cash sponsorship was distributed to nearly 300 orphan children, as communication takes place through groups on a daily basis at the association’s office, and the sponsorship is delivered to them, documented on paper and in the media. A medical examination was also performed for about 300 orphan children in the center that was contracted with, and a procedure was conducted. The necessary examinations and dispensing of medicines, as 15 children were examined daily, and the cases of children who had chronic disease were followed up, and then they were referred to specialized doctors.

In addition, psychological support activities were implemented targeting all orphaned children, and a psychological support team was present, choosing a suitable place, implementing purposeful mental and movement activities, motivating competitions and distributing symbolic gifts for children. Psychological cases of children were also followed up, where sessions were held for orphans with a psychiatrist. A girl was referred to the center and her psychological sessions were followed up.

 

 
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Project of Yemeni orphans’ empowerment

Al-Ameen Organization has been working to support people and help people everywhere it can reach. In particular, to support the segments of humanity most in need of attention and follow-up, and to strengthen resilience to life’s challenges, in a world fraught with wars, conflicts and crises.

Children are at the front of these humanitarian groups, which always require special attention and careful follow-up, especially in times of wars and conflicts. Where children are exposed to a tremendous number of psychological pressures that negatively affect them, disturb their psychological balance, and the child’s inability to express what is wandering within him and the extent of pain he feels increases the impact of these crises.

With Al-Ameen for Humanitarian Support ” in Yemen following the conflict that has been going on for more than six years, the reality of Yemeni children – especially orphans – is clearly evident in a way that calls for urgent intervention in order to support them and strengthen their resilience. The available statistics on the reality of Yemeni orphans and their families – which amounted to more than a million orphans – show the scale of the tragedy, which has reached dangerous levels, and that led to a humanitarian crisis that must be controlled.

“Al-Ameen Organization” has launched “Project of Yemeni orphans’ empowerment” in several Yemeni governorates, through which the focus will be on a complete program to ensure, rehabilitate and integrate orphan children in Yemen and empower them.

A painful reality!

There are more than 1.1 million orphans in Yemen who share the same suffering, even if there are many causes. The orphan is a child who lost one or both of his parents, and was left to face life’s difficulties with two small hands, to find himself a victim of exploitation or crime.

The project of Yemeni orphans’ empowerment seeks to compensate this orphan child as much as possible for depriving him of the tenderness of the father or mother, because the loss of parents at this age leaves severe effects on the person throughout his life and on the society in which he lives, especially if the orphan child does not find smile for him and hands tender on him.

A previous report on orphans in Yemen stated that 60 percent of them cannot complete their education, three percent have special needs, and four percent suffer from psychological problems – especially depression – while nine percent of orphan mothers suffer from chronic diseases and disabilities. Likewise, 70 percent of orphan families lack the necessary health services, and are unable to buy medicine and pay for treatment in hospitals.

Studies indicate that orphans are the most affected groups as a result of the war, which has caused a large number of children in general to suffer many psychological problems that cannot be easily treated in the short term, especially since we are in a society that is ashamed of psychological treatment. Likewise, most of the orphans are not currently enrolled in school, but have had to work in order to meet their basic requirements, and some of them resort to begging and others to steal, not to mention that some Houthi militias have forcibly recruited these orphan children to fight in their ranks.

Project activities

The idea of ​​the project is based on providing integrated care for the families of orphans, and economic recovery, through providing shelter and food, as well as educational means for orphans, accessing services and ensuring their regularity in education, and the project also includes providing psychological and health care for orphans.

The project also works to alleviate the suffering of 1000 orphans among the orphans who are in Yemen, by providing a monthly guarantee that enables orphan children to enhance their resilience and the resilience of their families in the face of life and war difficulties, in addition to providing clothing for the orphan, and a cash grant to teach him.

The school bag is also provided with all the stationery that the student needs, in addition to providing primary health care services and providing mental health services, as primary health care centers and mental health centers have been contracted to inspect and conduct the necessary monthly checks for the orphans benefiting from the project free of charge and on a monthly basis.

The project generally works to improve the conditions that orphans and their families live in under the difficult conditions that the country is experiencing, in order to preserve them from displacement, deviations and extremism, and to reunite families so that they do not disintegrate and become vulnerable to loss, and in order to establish them in their original areas as much as possible.

The families of orphans or their dependents are also indirect beneficiaries of the project of Yemeni orphans’ empowerment, as sponsoring orphans reduces the financial burden on the families and families of orphans, and contributes to relieving family burdens by relying on others to secure their requirements.

Ensuring integrative care for orphans and their families will benefit society in Yemen on the social and economic levels, and thus the surrounding community is considered to also indirectly benefit from this project, whether by not spreading the phenomenon of homelessness and begging, or through the mitigation of ignorance in society. Ensuring children educationally and providing primary and psychological health services to the orphans.

 

Education

Al-Ameen Organization has signed an agreement with the Free Aleppo University

Economic crises, continuous displacement in Syria, aside from the destroyed killing machine all 10 years, caused to suspension of the training phase for most of the new medical faculty graduated and ungraduated students in the training period.

As one of Al-Ameen for Humanitarian Support goals, reinforcing the education sector and seeking to train and empower the youth.

Al-Ameen Organization has signed an agreement with the Free Aleppo University, aiming to train the fifth and sixth years students in Medical faculty and students who have not completed the training phases “Stages”, whereas Al-Amin will provide the training opportunity for this segment of students for three months in its medical facilities and centers, additionally, provide them opportunities to have jobs in Al-Ameen’s centers or other medical centers.

 

 

 

Repairing Schools Of Afrin

Repairing schools of Afrin

Al-Ameen teams have begun a reconstruction and repairing campaign aiming at preparing the largest number of schools in Afrin city and its surroundings, bearing in mind the difficult weather conditions in winter and how it might affect the schools. The campaign included several repairing works, especially roofs isolation, and until now the teams managed to accomplish the required repairs in 216 classes in 30 schools in Afrin and Jinderis, and will continue to work to cover the total of 517 classes in 62 schools with the capacity of 27,392 students.

 

 

 
Youth Support Initiative in Sudan

Youth Support Initiative in Sudan

Al-Ameen for Humanitarian Support is pleased to announce the launching of the Youth Support Initiative in Sudan, an opportunity which aims at providing 600 young men and women with the required knowledge and skills to pursue their desired careers, and to build their capacity in order to follow their academic and professional dreams through providing various scholarships and courses in different fields. Around 600 people attended the the opening event as the initiative was thoroughly explained and the audience received information on the various courses that will be provided throughout the project, which includes trainings and workshops on a variety of topics such as accounting, programming, graphic design and many more.

 

 

 
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Al-Ameen supports Sudan youth

Al-Ameen supports Sudan youth
Because it is the stent of the future and the main nerve of human power, and because it is the largest age group in the social fabric in the country, the youth group in Sudan was the age group that is focused by civil society organizations and the rising development projects in the country in the new conditions that Sudan lives today. On this basis, it was necessary to give Sudanese youth an exceptional interest in the field of vocational rehabilitation and to cultivate their talents in the best way, in order to effectively and efficiently supply the growing labor market with all its needs.

Although most Sudanese youth complete basic traditional education stages, the current labor market today requires more than traditional education, to reach actual specializations in the various professional fields required in the country, which depend mainly on modern technology means that the traditional education cannot usually give, which prevents most Sudanese youth from developing their skills in a manner compatible with modernity or standing as a barrier to their desire for technical specialization.

Based on this reality that Sudanese youth are experiencing today, the idea of “Initiative of Sudan youth support ” project was launched by the “Al-Ameen” team for humanitarian support, with the aim of providing a modern and integrated training platform for Sudanese youth to help them achieve their professional and academic aspirations, by means of interactive training courses that use the internet as a platform, and it provides dozens of opportunities in various disciplines and helps young men and women to acquire experience and knowledge, thus building capacities and developing skills in various modern technical fields.

Project targets

“Initiative of Sudan youth support” project aims mainly to provide Sudanese youth with a package of multiple courses in different fields free of charge that makes them accessible to all. It also aims to create an attractive training environment that motivates young people to join the specialized courses available within the project.

In addition, the project will work to provide a stable source of income for a large number of young trainers who are distinguished in their fields, by qualifying them to compete in the labor market, and it will also strengthen and support the academic results of the trainees, and link them to the professional aspects to qualify them for various job opportunities.

“Initiative of Sudan youth support” project will meet the training needs in the country in general, and design distinct training bags according to the latest training techniques and methods, with continuous training workshops and training grants for various groups and specializations. The project will also provide accredited certificates to enhance the reference and credibility of training for trainees when applying for any job in the future.

Training types provided in the project

The project will provide training in each of the fields of medicine, first aid, and health care basics, in addition to programming languages, the basics of computer and maintenance, graphic design programs, the basics of project management, quality and entrepreneurship, basics of accounting and statistics for beginners and advanced students, and the basics of commercial and marketing.

The project will also provide language courses, comprehensive media training programs, in addition to communication skills, in addition to various engineering programs, manual structural design and architecture designs, training on networks and communications, and the fundamentals of the fourth generation, in addition to Arabic calligraphy, chess, and many other programs.

What is the desired impact of the “Initiative of Sudan youth support” program?

“Al-Ameen” for humanitarian support always seeks the long-term effects of all its activities. With regard to “Initiative of Sudan youth support” project, in particular, the long-term impact that “Al-Ameen” is looking for is focused on reaching the target group in the labor market in a smooth and professional manner, whether that is through follow-up the featured trainees and providing them with job opportunities, or by pushing them to build professional relationships with various institutions.

“Initiative of Sudan youth support” project will also work on filling the gap existing between graduates of educational institutions and the labor market, by identifying the most prominent modern requirements for the labor market, enhancing youth opportunities to obtain them, and providing scientific and practical advice to Sudanese youth, which will contribute to moving the wheel of construction for internal development projects with efforts. Pure youth conducted by professionally qualified groups of graduates of the training and workshops that the project will provide.

“Al-Amin” through “Initiative of Sudan youth support” project, aims to make Sudanese youth regain their confidence in themselves and in the future that awaits them, without paying attention to difficult circumstances or existing obstacles, thus enhancing their sense of dignity and self-sufficiency, and a sense of hope that the next is better and more beautiful in everything.