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LOYAC Yemen organized “I’ll be fine” bazaar. It targeted 30 female trainees displaced from Al-Hodeidah governorate on sewing and incense industry.

The project aims to secure sources of income for the targeted women, and provide them with the skills that enable them to face life conditions in light of the current economic situation.

The head of LOYAC, Ms. Haifa Al-Saqqaf, explained that the project also aims to eliminate the challenges and difficulties facing the targeted families by providing them with support and training.

In addition, Ms. Belqis Munif, Yemen Projects Coordinator at Dorcas, appreciated the efforts made to make the project a success and expressed her happiness with this conclusion.

The bazaar ended with the handing over of training certificates and professional equipment to the beneficiaries of the project in order for them to start relying on themselves and securing a living.

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