Al-Sabban: Empowering young men and girls and creating job opportunities for them is one of our main concerns, and the technical training program for girls is a model..
A delegation from Al-Awn Foundation for Development visited the training halls for girls technical training program for girls benefiting from this training, which is funded by Al-Awn and implemented by the Happy Family Association in Mukalla.
This visit came to review the progress of the training programs and indicators of the goals that the Foundation seeks to achieve within the framework of empowering girls and creating qualitative job opportunities that enhance the lives of girls in light of these complex humanitarian conditions that have cast their weight on all segments of society.
In an interview with Mr. Muhammad Al-Sabban, Head of Programs and Projects Department at Al-Awn Foundation for Development, he indicated that this program is one of the strongest empowerment projects funded by the Foundation, as it is characterized by the quality of specializations and the actual societal need for them, through which the project was designed and approved. Appreciating the role of the Happy Family Association for the quality of implementation and keenness to achieve the full objectives of this project, addressing the beneficiaries to make more effort and perseverance to obtain all the necessary information and sufficient time for practical application to provide the community with many of the outputs of this program. The projects contribute to the development of adequate solutions for many Of the technical problems of the segment of women to a certain level and all segments of society from another level.
Mr. Muhammad Al-Sabban was accompanied on his visit by Mr. Salem Hamda, a program specialist at Al-Awn Foundation for Development, and for the Happy Family Association, Ms. Sarah Al-Jabri, Director of Programs and Projects.