Since 2015, nearly 15 percent of the entire population, 4.3 million people, have been forced to flee their home; 3.3 million people are still displaced. Nearly one-third of all IDPs (Internal Displaced Person) live in the district across the country with the highest convergence of complex, and multi-dimensional problem.
Pure Hands delivered emergency assistance to internally displaced by the ongoing conflict. Assistance packages include winterization kits and non-food items (NFIs) and tents.
Pure Hands continued to play a leadership role in the livelihood sector in 2018. This role was evidenced by its efforts to reduce poverty and improve livelihoods of poor households to promote self-esteem and self-reliance. Pure Hands implemented income generating projects for rural women in the areas of vocational training and micro businesses which aimed to improve the economic situation of the target households.
The project was implemented in Al-Baidha and Al-Hodeidah governorates, targeted 76 people and undertaken incoordination with related stakeholders.76 $ 22,850
Rural Women’s Development
Through this project which was implemented in Al-Baidha and Al-Hodeidah governorates, Pure Hands sought to improve the economic situation of rural women by distributing livestock (sheep and cows)
A total of 22 women benefitted from this project.