Distributing Seedlings


Y30 Provides Seedlings to Farmers and Citizens to Promote Food Self-Sufficiency and Poverty Eradication To promote food self-sufficiency and poverty eradication, Y30 distributes coffee, tomato, and paper seedlings to farmers and citizens in various regions of Yemen.   This work was generously supported by private donations.

Distributing Seedlings2023-11-14T06:27:15+00:00

Home farming training program


An agriculture engineer explained the importance of home gardening to achieve self-sufficiency and provided agricultural information to students. Agricultural brochures were also distributed to students because of their important role in building awareness among students and the community. Home farming is a critical development project that can help to alleviate the suffering of society. Students

Home farming training program2023-11-14T07:22:07+00:00

Support for a local centre for children with disabilities in Sanaa


Children with disabilities is one of the most vulnerable and socially excluded groups in Yemen. Both mainstream and special needs education and therapy services for children with disabilities were scarcely available even before the civil war, but now they are almost non-existent. Barriers include destroyed service facilities, the absence of suitable services, remoteness, stigma, discrimination

Support for a local centre for children with disabilities in Sanaa2022-08-30T19:53:53+00:00

Sewing Training for Women in Sana’a


We have started a sewing training for about 10 vulnerable women in Sana'a that we selected from the beneficiaries of our charity restaurants in the Musyak neighborhood, called Khair restaurants. The training takes place in the afternoon at our office in Sana'a and is led by an experienced Yemeni seamstress who volunteers for Y30. She

Sewing Training for Women in Sana’a2022-01-19T21:04:41+00:00

The School Bags Project


The school bags project consists in providing good quality school bags containing pens, books and notebooks to the children of Sana'a benefiting from our "Khair Restaurants". This new project is part of our more general approach that aims to encourage children and improve their access to education.   Some figures: 2020: 200 bags distributed to 200

The School Bags Project2022-01-19T20:53:40+00:00

The Al Ayan School


The Al Ayan School was built in 1999 in the Shapim mountain by the President of Y30 and with the villagers' help. The school originally had one teacher, with a class of 10 boys and 15 girls. Today, these children have become adults and know how to read and write. Their lives have changed thanks

The Al Ayan School2021-05-13T13:58:29+00:00

The anti-qat project


Qat growing has spread a lot all over Yemen, but its consumption represents an economic trap, as well as a social phenomenon. Many Yemenis are spending a large part of their income to buy qat leaves, considered as a narcotic substance, instead of responding to their family’s needs.  Some inhabitants of the Haraz villages, located

The anti-qat project2021-05-13T19:21:39+00:00

Literacy classes for women in Haraz


As the crisis in Yemen enters its sixth year, the education sector and its infrastructure has been heavily impacted by the current crisis. According to UNICEF, access to education in Yemen today is catastrophic. Schools, institutes and other education-related infrastructure have been destroyed. Resources and school materials are in short supply due to the crisis,

Literacy classes for women in Haraz2022-01-19T21:01:09+00:00

The Nurseries of Hope 2030


  As the crisis in Yemen enters its sixth year, the agriculture sector has become one of the worst hit by the current crisis. Agricultural assets have been lost, destroyed or degraded, severely comprising food production, causing extensive damage to livelihoods and high unemployment rates. Agriculture remains the main source of livelihoods for the majority

The Nurseries of Hope 20302022-01-19T21:10:06+00:00

The Kahil Basin


This small water basin was built in 2014 before the beginning of the conflict. Unfortunately, due to the lack of means, the work has not been completed properly. The basin is leaking : each time the villagers try to fill it, the water completely disappears the following week. The Kahil basin is crucial for the

The Kahil Basin2022-01-19T20:49:33+00:00
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