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At the beginning of September, HUMAN ACCESS, in the presence of a WFP team, inaugurated the assessment process and the biometric registration for the beneficiaries of the “Emergency Support Project for the Most Vulnerable Groups” targeted through curative and preventive nutrition services and conditional cash-based transfers in the district of Habeel Jabr.

The Project, implemented by HUMAN ACCESS and funded by World Food Program (WFP), targets more than 16,000 pregnant and lactating women (PLWs) in the districts of Al-Maqatara, Radfan, and Habeel Jabr, in Lahj governorate, of which 4,000 PLWs are in the district of Habeel Jabr.

During the visit, the beneficiaries of the “Emergency Support Project for the Most Vulnerable with Curative and Preventive Nutrition Services and Conditional Cash-based transfers” expressed their thanks for the HUMAN ACCESS and the WFP for the provision of such important services under this project that enhanced their living conditions.

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