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Within the “Improving Livelihoods and Resilience Project for the most conflict-affected groups” project implemented by Tamdeen Youth Foundation in partnership with Oxfam in Shamaytin and Maafer districts in Taiz governorate, with support from Novo Nordisk Fonden, start-up toolkits for motorcycle maintenance, accessory making, and wool knitting were distributed to 40 young men and women. This took place after the project provided the beneficiary youth with vocational and specialized training and provided them with skills and tools that will enable them to establish their own businesses, engage in the labor market, and obtain sustainable sources of income.

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