Seyaj Organization Starting from Saturday, February 19, 2022, launches a special program to build the institutional capacities of Yemeni non-governmental organizations specialized in developing and protecting the rights of children and women.
Seyaj aims to strengthen the capacities of local organizations to qualify them to perform their human rights and humanitarian role more effectively to alleviate violations of the rights of vulnerable groups and the most vulnerable during armed conflicts, enhance accountability and punishment, assist victims in obtaining justice, and form strong partnerships with the government and supporting international organizations.
It is expected that more than 15 civil organizations and associations will benefit from the program, which is being launched from Marib Governorate, through training workshops and practical applications for senior leaders, providing development and governance consultations for financial and administrative systems and regulations, and protection policies, and providing participants with project writing and communication skills.
This program comes as a practical response to the institutional weakness, lack of partnerships,financial and technical support for the vast majority of national human rights organizations, which Seyaj reached through a special evaluation and extensive consultations with many leaders of national organizations.
Seyaj is seeking to implement the program in other governorates according to its available capabilities.
Issued by: Seyaj Organization for Childhood Protection
March 18 February 2022